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What happens to a Will on Marriage, Divorce & Separation?

When someone gets marriage, your current Will is automatically revoked (ends!). You therefore need to make a new Will as you will be intestate ( dying without a Will).

Upon any separation, your Will continues to be legal and valid. You must make a Will to revoke your old Will if you do not want any benefit to go to your ex-partner.

Upon a divorce (i.e when the Court makes your divorce official), your Will is still valid, but any benefit going to your ex-spouse is removed by law. We would advise anyone to make a new Will to make this absolutely clear.

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