Your Will is the last document your family will remember you by. If you are well advised on estate planning issues, your Will can provide protection and security for your family in a time of need, and reflect the consideration that you had for them in life. 

Your Will allows you to dispose of your assets after your death in a way that you wish. 

If you are in any of the following situations, you should update your Will immediately:

There are a number of potential consequences of failing to make or update an existing Will:

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