What If...You Intend To Get Married Or Divorced- Should You Make Or Update Your Will?
- AuthorAllison Kent
Getting married revokes any Will you have in place (unless the marriage is already anticipated and provided for in the Will) so you will almost always need to make a new one. You shouldn’t wait until after the wedding to do this – it should be done beforehand. Getting divorced does not revoke a Will completely but certain gifts and appointments will be invalid. If a divorce or separation is anticipated, making a Will is one of the most important first steps to take.
Allison has considerable knowledge and experience in the fields of Wills, Probate and Trusts making her one of the most sought-after practitioners in the area. She is one of a few full members of the Society of Trusts and Estate Practitioners (STEP) which recognises those who are the most experienced and senior practitioners in the field and are recognised as experts to whom others turn for good quality advice.