Reviewing your Will

Your Will is a living document, and should change as your life and circumstances change.

You should review your Will every three to five years. You should consider updating your Will if any of the following events occur:

  • you get married, engaged, or form a civil partnership: marriage/civil partnership revokes both parties’ existing Wills unless they were made in contemplation of that specific event
  • you become separated or divorced
  • you move house or move abroad
  • you become a parent or grandparent
  • your children reach the age of 18
  • your children marry or divorce
  • you inherit money or property
  • you start up your own business, or sell a family business
  • you retire
  • your spouse or partner, or another family member, dies
  • there are significant changes in your health

treeNext steps

Contact us today on 07887 946 557 or online to discuss how Alex Truesdale Wills Limited can help you with a Will or associated service.