DID YOU KNOW? If you remarry, your new marriage completely and entirely revokes your old will. You will effectively have no will. You and your new spouse need to make new wills.
Why & When To Update Your Will:
You can update or change your will any time. The necessary forms (codicils) are simple to use and included.
Your marital status changes
When a child is born or adopted
You move to another province
There is a significant change in your financial status
A beneficiary dies
You wish to add, change or remove beneficiaries.
Codicils are intended for small changes to your will. You should always make a new will and destroy all copies of the old if you make significant changes to your existing will,
Wills are not just for the wealthy, the established older couple or home and business owners.
You probably have much more than you think you do.
Your will ensures that your loved ones, your children and spouse, are provided for as you wish.
Your will creates security for your family.
Only a Will ensures that your assets and your estate, will be passed on as you intended to those you intended. By making your own Will now, you make all these important decisions now, before it is too late.
You can designate the Trustee or Executor who will administer your estate and affairs upon your death.
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