Review Your Will

In most cases, a Will is an evolving document that will change over time. This is especially true if you have written a Will earlier in life to protect against the unexpected.

Experts recommend that you review your Will with a solicitor every two to five years. This is necessary to make sure:

Your Will still reflects your wishes.
Your Will adequately reflects the size of your estate.
Your Will is still legally sound and hasn’t been affected by any new legislation.
Your Will hasn’t been invalidated by any life changes (such as marriage, civil partnership or divorce).

How does the review work?

Our Will reviews are very comprehensive.

Send a copy of your Will to us (we’ll usually request this via email).
We will review your Will.
We’ll make comments and suggestions.

We will confirm a fixed fee for your Will review once we have seen a copy of it. If we find that changes are necessary, we’ll let you know along with our recommendations.

We’re only able to review professional drafted wills. This means we cannot accept homemade wills or wills made using a Will pack from a stationer.

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