Life’s changes beget plan revisions – Disinheriting a child is a difficult, but sometimes necessary, decision
Abstract: Because circumstances change over time, an estate plan isn’t a static document. It’s meant to be revised. And that includes instances in which it may seem necessary to disinherit a child. This article discusses the steps involved and how to protect an estate plan from the legal challenge a disinherited child might attempt. A sidebar explains that disinheriting a spouse can be much more difficult.