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If you have a Will in place, you’ve already taken an excellent positive step to ensure that your wishes are carried out in the event of your death.
But there are certain circumstances that can, over time, mean a Will, perfectly drafted at the time, can cease to adequately cover your intentions.
Revisiting and updating your will at regular intervals, particularly following major life events or changes of circumstances, is generally considered good practice in order to ensure your wishes are accurately reflected and that any changes in your circumstances or preferences are accounted for.
We would strongly advise anybody who doesn’t have a Will in place to consider doing so. It is the only way to ensure that your wishes are carried out in the event of your death.
We would also encourage everybody to review their Will every 3 years, or following any major life event or change in circumstance. This enables you to ensure that the Will still meets your intentions.
Should you identify anything you need to amend, or would simply like to review the provision you have made to ensure it still meets your needs, our team are able to assist and guide you through the process making it as painless and worry free as possible, and at an affordable price.
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