My skates are 14 years old. Is it okay to keep wearing them?

Hey guys, I know I need to ask a professional about this, but I could use some outside opinions from people who are more knowledgeable than I am.I had to quit skating when I was around 15 or 16 (financial reasons). I’m now 29 and I’ve started skating again. It’s going really well and I even jumped at my lesson last night (only a half flip, but it was still awesome.)I’m currently skating in the skates I was wearing before I stopped. They are Riedell, I couldn’t tell you which model number.Overall, they feel okay. My heel lifts a bit when I jump, but other than that they’ve been fine. At the same time, they’re 14-year-old skates, and when I got fitted for them I was a teenager. I assume that my feet(/body) have changed over the years, and what I need in a skate may be different from what I needed as a teenager.I just started a block of lessons that will be going till the middle of December. I’m not sure if I should go get fitted and see if I need new skates, or wait until my lessons are over. I’m a bit concerned that getting used to being on the ice after so long AND breaking in new boots (assuming I do need new skates) isn’t the best idea, but I don’t know anymore and I don’t want to do anything stupid or waste time/money.Should I wait till my lessons are over to worry about my skates, or should I get fitted asap and deal with potentially breaking in new boots right now?Thanks in advance!