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When do I need to review my existing will or make a new one?

Generally, every five years or so, you should investigate whether any changes in the law affect your Will or your instructions, even if the Will is still generally what you want.  If you wish at any time to revoke or alter your Will, you should contact your lawyers so that the legal formalities can be observed, and your wishes take effect.  Any attempt to revise your existing Will by making the revisions on the face of the document will likely be invalid.  There are certain circumstances in which you should change your Will

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