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When a Will needs updating

We recommend that you ask us to review your Will every 3 – 5 years to ensure that it still meets your requirements and family circumstances.

"I was very pleased with the service I received in my case. I was treated in a very professional and friendly manner. In my opinion we could not have received a better service it was a pleasure to be attended by a friendly professional person. If a situation should arise I would contact your firm for a first class service. I don't think there is anything you could do to improve your service, you are a friendly and first class firm to deal with. Claire was friendly, helpful and kind. Our Aunt was very at ease with her. "

In addition to this there are also times in your life when updating your Will (or making one for the first time) is especially important and these include:

  • Getting married or entering into a civil partnership
  • Becoming divorced or dissolving a civil partnership
  • Starting to live with someone
  • The birth of a child or grandchild
If it is more than 5 years since you last made a Will or if you have not made a Will at all or if any of the above events have happened to you then please contact us to see how we can help to achieve greater efficiency within your Estate Planning.