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Free Will Writing Consultation (Married)

Will writing options for married couples

  • 15 minutes
  • Virtual Meeting

Service Description

If you’re married, you and your spouse can have separate (or joint) wills that you sign yourselves. This way, if something were to happen to one of you, there’s no room for ambiguity or confusion. A popular option for many married couples or life partners is to make mirror wills. These are almost identical wills where both partners leave their estate to the other. You also name the same people and organizations as your secondary beneficiaries. Another less popular option for married couples is a joint will. This is a single, combined last will and testament for a married couple. To make changes to a joint will, you need the approval of both partners. This means that after one spouse passes away, the surviving spouse can’t make any changes to the will. Because of this, estate attorneys recommend making mirror wills instead of joint wills, since will mirrors are more flexible.

Contact Details


GM UK Consultants LTD, Crestlands, Alresford, Colchester, UK

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