There are four ways that a will may be revoked. Marriage/Civil Partnership As a general rule, a marriage or formation of a civil partnership revokes any will that a testator made before the marriage or civil partnership under S18 and S18B Wills Act 1837 respectively. There are however some exceptions to this rule. If it … Read moreRevoking a Will
A codicil is a document which is used to add to, alter or revoke parts of an existing Will. A codicil may even amend a previously existing codicil and there are no limits as to how many codicils a person could have. A codicil should mention what changes are being made, reference the Will and … Read moreCodicils – What are they and why don’t we draft them?
The issue of time is a problem which nearly all Will Writers will face, most commonly due to the age or health of the testator. The case of White v Jones  highlights this issue. A Solicitor took instructions and was found to be negligent because more than 40 days had passed, from the taking … Read moreTime Delays