When should I make or update my Will?

Getting Married

When should I write or update my Will? – Getting Married

When you get married or enter a civil partnership any existing Wills you have are automatically revoked in favour of your new spouse.  Without making a new Will intestacy law would decide how your assets are split which can be costly to your family to sort.

It also means you could accident disinherit children from a previous relationship or others who rely on you financially or emotionally.

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