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 – we can help you with our convenient online last will and testament which you can change and update at any time and forever for one low price.
Wills can be amended as often as you wish.