Things change. You may both gain and lose assets, health and wealth as time slips by. You may, in the course of time: buy a property; set up a business; get married, divorced or remarried and have children or grandchildren.
Should you do any of these things, you will need to update your will.
Did you know that if you die without a Will and...
Whatever life stage you are at, or are approaching, no matter your age, wealth or health, you need to make sure your estate plan will still protect your wishes.
We recommend reviewing it every two years and whenever going through a significant life change.
Did you know?
If you die without a Will and are married, the laws of succession state that the surviving spouse has first entitlement to your estate (up to £400k) and children from a previous relationship may get nothing at all.