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How often should I review my Will?

It’s a good idea to review your Will when there have been significant events in your life, or every 2 to 3 years, to ensure it still meets your requirements. For example, you should make a new Will if:

  • you want to change the beneficiaries in your Will;
  • any beneficiary named in your Will has died;
  • you marry, separate, divorce, enter into a new relationship, or re-marry;
  • you acquire or dispose of any substantial property or possessions;
  • you have a child; or
  • you would like to change the person identified as the executor of your Will or the person you proposed to be the guardian of your minor children.

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