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solicitors for wills Diss Norfolk
Mugford & Co Wills (Diss) Ltd.
31, Upper Street
Gissing
Norfolk IP22 5UW

Tel: 01379 674 127
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FAQs

I made a Will years ago, do I need to review it?

Generally you should review your Will every 5 to 7 years or if your circumstances have changed.

Examples of changes of circumstances are getting married or remarried, getting divorced or separated, the birth or adoption of children and coming into money, perhaps by inheriting yourself.

Some people have no close family still living. Sometimes people wish to make a gift, sometimes large and sometimes small, to a friend, helpful neighbour, charity or local church. Without a Will these gifts would not be made.


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I did make a Will but I want to make some changes

This is a fruitful area for disputes. When you make your own Will, be aware of the formalities of signing and witnessing the Will. Equally important is to comply with the formalities if you try to change part of the Will subsequently. Formalities can be a minefield - for example, if one of the witnesses to a Will is also a beneficiary, the Will is valid but the legacy to that witness will fail, so a simple good deed in offering to witness the Will could have disastrous consequences.


I made my Will just before I married

If you marry or enter into a registered civil partnership, any previous Will is deemed to be revoked, unless specifically stated otherwise. This could thwart your carefully planned intentions.


I do not own much. Why should I make a Will?

If you have children then it is sensible to appoint guardians in the event of the death of their parents. This can be a difficult decision to make, but that is all the more reason to address the issue and plan who would be best and discuss it with them. The alternative is to do nothing and hope for the best.


If you cohabit...

Do you wish to leave everything, something or nothing to your partner? Mere cohabitation does not give rise to any entitlement to inherit.

Make a Will and make it clear.


I want to leave it all to my children...

But what if one of your children is an adult facing problems, such as potential bankruptcy after an unsuccessful business venture or impending divorce? If a legacy was made in such circumstances it may just be swallowed up, in whole or in part, in the bankruptcy or divorce proceedings.

There are ways of dealing with these situations. Money spent on good advice could save you and your loved ones vastly more.


Please note that statements made throughout this website are for general information and are not intended to be legal advice and should not be taken as such.
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31, Upper Street, Gissing, Norfolk IP22 5UW

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