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I have been serarated for 2 years and really must think about

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I have been serarated for 2 years and really must think about changing my will. How difficult and costly will this be?

Are you still married?

What does your Will currently say?

What do you want it to say?

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

I am still married had no contact in 2yrs, basically our children from previous marriages are taken care of and what we had goes to one another. I do not want him or his children to get anything of mine. Everything of mine to my daughter and grandchildren.


Thanks for your patience.

You need to execute a Will immediately. As it stands, if you are still married then the previous Will would be enforceable.

Your new will shall be able to deal with your requirements. You should contact a local solicitor about preparing and executing one for you. You should be able to get it done for around £150.00

If you are over 55 then you might be able to get a Will done for free via Barnados or other similar charity as they run free will schemes.

You can find local solicitors using the Law Society’s find a solicitor search engine:-

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