Does it still reflect your circumstances ?. A Will that is out of date can be no better than no Will at all.
When did you last take a look at it ? Have you had children or grandchildren since then ? Have the laws relating to tax changed ?
Both marriage and divorce can make your Will invalid and leave the laws of intestacy to apply. It is important that your Will is kept up to date and that you inform us of any changes in your life that could affect it.
If you have made your Will with us we will be writing to you every five years just to remind you to give it that quick once over, better to be safe than sorry.
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- Dean Kentfield
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"We were very pleased to have Jade as our solicitor, the service was excellent and we felt kept in the loop which minimised stress"
"I have used Tracey Hammond at Gotelee on a number of occasions and in my opinion, she is simply the most efficient conveyancing solicitor I have ever worked with. From the outset, she took the time to understand my specific business requirements and to date, she has exceeded all of my expectations."
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