Once you’ve taken the time and made the effort to document your Will it’s important that you regularly review it to ensure that it remains current, and that changes in your life are reflected in your Will.
It’s important you review your Will any time there is a significant change in your circumstances, such as:
- If you married, separated or divorced since making your last Will;
- If you have more dependent children through birth, marriage or adoption;
- Whenever you purchase or dispose of major assets;
- Whenever a major beneficiary of the Will dies or has a significant change in circumstances, including a family law dispute;
- When an Executor of the Will either dies or is incapacitated;
To update your Will get in touch with us and speak with one of our Wills experts and they will guide you through the process.