What should I consider prior to making a will?

Change in family relationships: if you have married, entered into a civil partnership, moved in with your partner, divorced, separated, had a civil partnership dissolved, been widowed or are a surviving civil partner.

Family Growth: if you have become a parent, grandparent, see your family grow, or children have entered your life through a new relationship.

Guardianship: if you have minor children a legal guardian can be named in your will with directions to the guardian.

Reserve beneficiaries: A will can fail due to beneficiaries predeceasing you it is prudent to name a reserve beneficiary to avoid dying intestate.

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