Your Will expresses your wishes at a particular point in time. It is advisable to regularly review your Will as your circumstances change so that it accurately reflects your current wishes.

Situations where you may want to update your Will include:

  • New people need to be named in your Will
  • A person in the Will has died or become ill
  • Divorce or separation
  • Marriage or Defacto yourself or your children
  • Your wishes have changed
  • Changes to your assets
  • Personal details have changed
  • A named dependent comes of age
  • Illness or medical changes.

We recommend that you review your Will every five years or whenever you have significant changes to your circumstances such as those outlined above.

Our practitioners offer FREE advice in relation to your existing Will and can help develop comprehensive estate strategies that ensure you’re protected. Contact us to see how we can help.

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