Great! Do you know where it is? Even if you have a will it’s best to keep it under review to make sure that it still matches your personal circumstances. After all, you wouldn’t purchase a car and assume it doesn’t need any maintenance for the rest of your life. Also, the last person to advise you may not have known all the facts or perhaps explained to you how you may protect the value of your home from being lost. Did you know that standard mirror wills may not protect the family home??
Here at Western Wills we recommend everyone reviews their will every 3 to 5 years or earlier if your situation changes. These changes could be due to marriage, divorce, birth of new children or grandchildren, death of a beneficiary, starting a business or even coming into some money. This also makes sure you keep abreast of any changes to the law that effect your planning so you can be sure that your will is as effective as possible.