We generally recommend that Wills are reviewed every three years to ensure that any changes to your circumstances or wishes are reflected.
If you want to make small changes to your Will, we can prepare a Codicil for you, rather than making a new Will. Keeping your Will under review also makes sure that you are aware of any changes to the law since your Will was made, this is particularly important in relation to matters of Inheritance Tax.
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Creating a Trust – When is it worth it?
Creating a Trust – When is it worth it