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  • Writer's pictureAnna Kmiec

Making a new will if you marry or enter into a civil partnership

If you marry or enter into a civil partnership, any existing will you have made is automatically revoked. After marrying, you should ensure you make a new will to ensure your wishes are carried out.

As an alternative, if you are planning to marry shortly after making or reviewing a will, you can include a clause stating you anticipate marrying your named fiancée, and that the will is to have effect both before and after the marriage.

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