You should review your will from time to time to make sure it remains current and viable. These are situations where you should review and amend your will if necessary:

  • change in distribution wishes
  • change or death of any of beneficiaries, guardian, executor, trustee
  • marriage or re-marriage – these events will revoke your earlier will you have made.
  • change in personal circumstances such as addition of new family member, or divorce

Be aware that you cannot alter your will by simply crossing something out or adding something new. In fact, making a handwritten change could invalidate your entire will.

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