that spouses often change their Wills after the first spouse dies?

If a couple make mirror Wills, can you be sure that the Will won’t be changed after the first spouse dies?  What if you die, your spouse inherits but then when that spouse is elderly and a bit infirm, she might be persuaded simply for the sake of peace, to change her Will to leave everything to her children rather than one half to her children and the other half to her step-children.  The way to avoid this risk is to set up a Trust with the correct Trustees.  That will avoid the risk of things going wrong.

 

Just contact us on 0800 852 1999 or email contactus@mcclure-solicitors.co.uk to arrange a chat with one of our Estate Planning Consultants. 

 

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