Be aware that marriage automatically revokes a Will, therefore, if you are entering or have entered a second marriage and have previously made a Will leaving your Estate to the children then this Will is automatically revoked and your partner would then inherit. We can assist you to ensure your Estate goes to the beneficiaries you wish to benefit.
A scary thought for some: – Divorce does not automatically revoke a Will! So, if you are getting divorced, are separated or divorced years ago then make a Will to ensure that your ex-spouse does not inherit.
Contact our Wills, Trusts & Probate Solicitors, Alderley Edge, Cheshire
Call our expert Wills, Trusts & Probate Solicitors now on 01625 460 281 for a no-obligation consultation from one of our expert lawyers. Alternatively, you can complete our online enquiry form
Not all families are perfect and fall outs happen for many different reasons. Should you not want to benefit for instance one of your children, as you may have been estranged from them for many years then you must exclude them under your Will otherwise they can challenge your Will.
Don’t put off making a Will, do it today!