Blissfully loved-up couples planning on tying the knot this year should change their will to reflect their new circumstances.
Chris Yiannakas at YVA Solicitors says many people are not aware that getting married automatically invalidates your will.
That means if you don’t update it, you might as well have no will at all and would die intestate.
Meanwhile, the 30 million* UK adults who do not have a will in the first place should make legally drafting their final wishes a priority or risk leaving a painful legacy for loved ones.
YVA Solicitors is a member of the Law Society’s Wills & Inheritance Quality Scheme (WIQS), which provides a best practice quality mark for wills and estate administration advice that consumers can trust.

Chris Yiannakas says:

Valentines Day may be the most romantic day of the year, but we urge couples to come down from the clouds for a minute and focus on the practical matters. No one likes to think too carefully about their own demise, but ensuring your final wishes are made clear and legally recognised is the most romantic gesture you can offer your loved one.

For more details on the Law Society Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme (WIQS), visit the website.

Please contact Chris Yiannakas at:

YVA Solicitors
811 High Road
North Finchley
London N12 8JT
Tel: 020 8445 9898

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