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Everyone should write a Will and update it when life’s circumstances change significantly. Your family and financial circumstances rarely remain the same indefinitely so when a major change happens in your life, it is also a time to reflect on whether your Will is still fit for purpose.
Changing your Will depends on the changes required. If only minor alterations are needed a codicil may suffice at a lower cost. A codicil is a short supplemental document modifying particular clauses of your existing Will and both documents will be kept together.
We will advise you if a new Will is needed. How much this will cost depends on how complex the Will needs to be and an indication of the cost will be provided during the initial meeting.
Always see a specialist solicitor when thinking of making or changing your Will. Will writers are unregulated and may not have specialist expertise. The risk is having a Will that is ineffective, or even invalid.
For further information, please contact Aneesha Dhami in the Wills, trusts and estate planning team on 01732 770660 or email email@example.com. Warners Solicitors has offices in Tonbridge and Sevenoaks, Kent.
This article is for general information only and does not constitute legal or professional advice. Please note that the law may have changed since this article was published.