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Keeping your Will Up to Date

Is your Will Still Fit for Purtpose?

Updating your Will

Your Will is only fit for its pupose if it's up to date.

On average, major evolutions in our family lives, such as births, marriages, divorces and deaths, mean that our lives and relationships change substantially every seven to ten years.

Consequently, it is wise to review your will every seven to ten years to make sure that it still reflects your wishes and the composition of your family.

Instead of adding a “codicil” to your will, it is best practice to re-write and re-execute your will altogether, and this is a service that we make easily available to you at your convenience.

Once your Will has been created, we will save its contents securely and permanently on a Cloud server for you, which makes it easy for you to update the wording and have a new will created to reflect your new circumstances.

 You can make one-off updates as and when required, or alternatively, our Unlimited Lifetime Updates service is available, which enables you to update your will unlimited times throughout your life.

Updating your Will costs £47.50 if you are single and £69.50 (less than £35 each) if you are a couple.
Our Unlimited Lifetime Updates service costs £475.00 if you are single and £695.00 (less than £350 each) if you are a couple and is included in our Testamentary, Intermediate and Comprehensive Estate Plans.

"I am a retired divorcee with a complicated family situation. Allowing my estate to be distributed in line with to the intestacy rules when I am gone would not have been a fair reflection of my wishes, so I knew it was vital that I make a will. I wanted to ensure that particular members of my family were provided for. I also have a child who is self-employed, and I was worried about providing for her in case her business failed and her inheritance was seized by the Insolvency Service. Will Written have created an estate plan for me that places my assets into a trust when I am gone, so that the trustees can manage my assets and keep them in the family."

John M

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