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With actor James Gandolfini's sudden passing, it's unclear how the actor's estate might be handled. Still, the tragic loss of "Tony Soprano" serves as a somber reminder that life can be unpredictable and, in true Soprano spirit, that it's important to protect your family.
A crucial way to protect your loved ones is to revise your will when a significant event occurs in your life. Here are three important tips to keep in mind:
If you need more information on how to revise your will, it could be helpful to consult with a local wills attorney to get more specific rules about your jurisdiction. Another option is to sign up for a prepaid legal plan that includes an attorney-drafted will and annual updates; plans offered by LegalStreet, for example, start at less than $13 a month and also include on-call access to local lawyers who can answer many types of legal questions.
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