- Marriage automatically revokes your existing Will and you would need to make a new one. However if you are due to be married we can make a provision that your future marriage will not revoke your Will.
- Separation If you are separated from your spouse but not yet divorced then they will have a claim against your Estate if you were to die before your divorce is finalised.
- Birth of a child or grandchild You should update your Will to ensure you have provided for all of your loved ones
- Any change in your circumstances
When should I change my Will?
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