Do you need a new Will? – 6 reasons why you might
‘Change is the only constant in life’ – Heraclitus c. 535 – c. 475 BC
Your circumstances are constantly changing, as are no doubt, your intentions. What impact do these changes have on decisions that you may have made earlier in your life, and formalised in a legal Will?
Individuals make Wills at certain points in their life - after purchasing their first home, after the birth of their first child, or once a divorce has been finalised. So what are the triggering events that should prompt you to review your existing Will and update its contents?
Deciding whether or not your Will needs to be amended depends on a number of factors; it is advisable to seek specific legal advice from a licensed legal practitioner to ensure that the Will you have adequately represents your intentions, protects your assets and most importantly, your loved ones. Contact Tasleem Sayani (Head of Wills, Estates & Succession Planning) at email@example.com for further information.
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