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  • Writer's pictureMiGem

"Yeah we did our Will, it was a fair few years ago, but it doesn't matter does it?"

It is good practice to review your Wills regularly, ideally every 4 years or after any major changes in your lives.

These could include:

· Divorce or separation · Marriage or civil partnership · Having a child or grandchild · Moving home · If an executor or beneficiary named in the Will dies · Inheriting property or money from someone else · A significant change in the value of the estate (increase or decrease) · Children have now reached 18 and can act as executors · Children have now reached 18 and any age contingency needs reviewing · A family dispute or reconciliation

(Source: APS Legal - July 2019)

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