When should I review my Will?

If you marry or re-marry, your Willi is nullified or cancelled unless the Will was made in contemplation of your marriage.

You should review your Will if any of the following event happens:

  1. if you change your name or anyone mentioned in the Will changes his
  2. if an executor or trustee dies or becomes unsuitable to act due to age or ill-health
  3. if a beneficiary dies
  4. if you subsequently sell or part with any property mentioned in the Will
  5. if there is any significant change in circumstances, for example, when you acquire property or assets which have not been mentioned in your Will

It is advisable to review your Will regularly or where there is changes to your personal circumstances.