Getting married is a wonderful time to enjoy...but it is a time to get some good advice, especially if you own property.
Did you know In most cases, a legal marriage will nullify, or at least substantially vary, a pre-existing will.
Jane Clark, financial planner tells us, this is the case unless the will specifically anticipates a coming marriage. So, if you are contemplating a marriage, or you have had a marriage and have a will that pre-dates that marriage, you need to get yourself a new will.
At More, we encourage our clients to get the structure right for their circumstances around all their property dealings so you can move forward with peace of mind