Is your current Will up to date?

Is your current Will up to date?

It is important that your will remains up to date as significant life changes may well have an effect on the Will you currently have in place.

You may have remarried, had grandchildren, purchased a new home or sadly had a death in the family meaning a change in beneficiaries. These are some of the reasons why you may need to have your current Will reviewed to ensure it is inline with your current circumstances.

To have your current Will reviewed or to speak to our experienced team to identify whether you need your Will updated, please request a free review.

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Start your RightWill journey today. Find out more about a RightWill by speaking with our friendly team.

We want to make sure you have all the information you need along with the right advice and recommendation when it comes to your Will.

Liam Whittaker

Customer Experience Executive

Mandy Ridgeway

Customer Experience Executive

Amy carrier

Customer Experience Executive

Marriage revokes any previous Will you have

If you have recently married or remarried, you should consider having this Will reviewed. This is even more important if you have children from a previous marriage or relationship.

The only way a will written previously can remain valid after a marriage takes place is if it is made beforehand in anticipation of marriage.

To have your current Will reviewed please request our free review meeting.

Amy Carrier

Customer Experience Executive

We keep in touch with you every 2 years

As part of the RightWill service, we keep in touch with you every 2 years to ensure your wishes and circumstances haven’t changed. Your Will will be safely secured free of charge for your lifetime.

A RightWill makes sure that every client gets full advice and recommendation from one of our specially trained advisors as well as a platform to record your emotional wishes along with your legal wishes.

Keeping an up to date Will is so important

We keep in touch with you every two years to make sure your wishes are up to date.

Does your current Will reflect your current circumstances?

Circumstances and family dynamics can often regularly change, as do personal circumstances. These can have a significant impact on the wishes made in your will at the time of writing it. We always recommend having your Will reviewed regularly just to ensure it accurately reflects your current circumstances and wishes.

If you are unsure as to whether you need your Will reviewing, we highly recommend you checking with one of our experts who can advise you appropriately. 

How your circumstances may have changed

Had children / Grandchildren

If you have young children you can appoint guardians to look after them in the event of you death.

Purchase of a new house

Ensure that your largest asset passes to those who you would want to inherit.

Change in Finances

The appropriate planning in place to minimise any tax liability. 

A death in your family

This would mean there would need to be a change in beneficiaries i.e the people who would receive your estate.

Request Your Free Review Meeting

Our service starts with a free review meeting to help you consider your options and for us to answer any questions you may have. Our Legal Advisors will take as long as you need.

We also offer a free home visit if you cannot easily access the closest office near you.

Can a Will expire?

Once written, your Will lasts forever. There are no time restrictions on Wills, which means that you do not have to write a new one every year. However ensuring your Will is up to date, ensures it remains valid and is a true reflection of your current circumstances. It is considered best practice to have your Will reviewed regularly and updated.

It should be noted that marriage automatically revokes a Will. As such, upon marriage, the pre-existing Will is no longer valid.

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