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FAMILY Changing a will


It is important to review your Will when a major life event occurs, such as a marriage, a divorce, a separation, the birth of a child, the death of a relative or a change in your financial situation.


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These events may have an impact both on your wishes for the distribution of your estate and on the validity of your current Will. When you marry, any Will that you may have made previously is automatically revoked. The only exception to this is if it states that a marriage is about to take place and contains explicit instructions that you intend for the Will to remain valid after marriage.


If you get divorced or your civil partnership is dissolved, your Will does not become invalid, but many of its provisions would no longer be effective if you pass away before making a new one. For example, any gift that you had bequeathed in your Will to your former spouse or civil partner would take effect as if they had died on the date your divorce was completed. This usually means the gift falls back into the estate residue for the benefit of the residuary beneficiaries. In addition, if in your Will you had appointed your spouse as an


executor or trustee, after divorce they would be barred from acting as an executor or trustee after your death. For these reasons, it is always best to make a new Will as soon as possible after your divorce. If you have a child after writing


your Will, they will not automatically become a beneficiary even if you have named your other children as beneficiaries. Therefore, in order to ensure that your wishes are carried out, you should update your Will as soon as possible after the birth of a child. To change your Will, you cannot simply write changes on an existing document. Such alterations are assumed to have been made after it was executed and so they do not form part of the original legally valid one.


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Testament can be legally changed is by making a codicil which allows you to do alterations to an existing Will, or by making an entirely new one.


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