Keeping your will under review
Once you have made a Will, that should not be the end of the matter. It is important that you take the time to review your Will regularly, in case a change of circumstances invalidates your Will, or your wishes simply change.
Reviewing your Will is often as important as making a Will in the first instance. You may wish to amend your Will for any number of reasons, including:
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- Your financial circumstances may change
- Property has been sold or repossessed
- You invest in a business
- You want to remove or add a beneficiary to your Will
- You want to change the appointment of an executor
- You are about to get married or divorced
- You are concerned about potential liability for inheritance tax
- You decide to create a trust
If your Will no longer meets your requirements, or protects or provides for your loved ones -or you want to change it for any other reason
Wills can be amended as often as you wish.