Your Will After Marriage or Divorce

>If you created a will before you married, it will automatically be revoked when you marry, unless it was made with a particular marriage in mind, or stated in general terms that it was made in contemplation of marriage. To avoid any confusion, it is advisable to make a new will when personal circumstances change.

Any gift or appointment (e.g. as an executor or guardian) in favour of a former spouse in your will is automatically revoked when a divorce decree becomes absolute or an annulment is made. Again, as personal circumstances change, a new will or codicil should be created.

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    Consider A Solicitor Drafted Will if any of these apply to you:
    • I am a director of a company or trust
    • I am in a business partnership
    • I have been divorced
    • I have children from a previous marriage
    • I have someone who could make a claim on my estate
    If so CLICK HERE to provide your contact details & we can direct you to a reputable solicitor in your area to discuss a tailored Will to suit your circumstances.
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