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Reviewing your will


It’s important to review your will when there is a change within your life. Not only this but understanding if your will is valid or not is vital. We have put this blog together to help you understand.


Your will and your partner


It’s important to remember that when partners marry or enter into a civil partnership their existing will automatically revokes. This means new wills will need to be written. Another thing to remember is that when it comes to divorce or dissolving a civil partnership, this does NOT revoke your existing will; it will now read as your civil partner has been removed from your will.


Finally, if you are not married or in a civil partnership with your partner, then your partner does not legally qualify for any of your assets when you die. Which could cause complications and upset at a highly emotional time. Make sure your will is up to date to prevent this.


When can I change my will?


It is understandable that there will be changes in your life, such as changing your relationship status, growing your family or living with a new person. This is why once your will is written you are able to change or edit anything you need to at any point. Wills are flexible and you have the final say.


If you have any questions regarding your will or need help reviewing yours then get in touch with our brilliant team today.

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