I am assuming from what you say that he is giving you a life interest in the property? In other words, you have a right to reside in the property for your life, and the property then goes, perhaps, to your children or to someone else?
Was the Will drawn by a solicitor?
Does your husband still have the capacity to make a new Will?
If you could provide me with answers to the above questions, I will endeavour to assist you further.
I would have the right to reside in the property for the duration of my life, then I believe it would go "to a TRUST", I have no details with regard to that trust.
The will was drawn by a sollicitor
My husband is quite happy with his will and I cannot discuss it with him.
I have not received any answer after my response to your questions.
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