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Review your will for 2022 with our specialist solicitors for wills. Fixed-fee will writing services. 
As we settle into 2022, it is difficult to avoid getting caught up in the number of tasks that you have to keep on top of for the new year, and it is easy for reviewing your Will, or updating your Will, to slip to the back of your mind. 
However, the start of the new year is the perfect time to reflect on how things have changed since you first wrote your Will, and update your Will accordingly. 

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MG Legal's leading Wills and Probate Solicitors in Preston offer all of our private client services on a clear, fixed-fee rate. 
Our team put your first, and work with care to ensure that your wishes are met. Call us today on a free, no-obligation basis at: 01772 783314 
Get in touch today to speak to a Wills and Probate Solicitor. 

How often should you update your Will? 

When you made your will, the chances are that you felt perfectly happy with what it said, and how it was written. However, as time passes, and life changes, we must not underestimate the importance of regularly reviewing and updating your Will so that it properly recently your current situation and wishes. 
If you have had no significant life changes, it is generally advisable to review your Will every few years, to ensure that no changes to the law could affect your Will and how it is used. Still, many of us have fast-moving lives, and regular life changes that could affect the wishes outlined in a Will. 
Examples of life changes that should prompt you to review and update your will, include: 
New grandchildren being born 
Moving house 
Getting married 
Getting divorced or separated 
If you acquire a valuable gift which should be gifted to somebody in your will 
A named executor of your Will passes away 

How can I change my will? 

Depending on your situation, and the way in which you wish to change your Will, there are two different options available for changing your Will with our wills and Probate solicitors
1. A Codicil (amendment to a Will) – this can be used to make changes and it will need to be witnessed and signed, the same way as you would with a Will. 
2. Writing a new Will – you should state in your new Will that any previous versions are no longer valid. 
Our wills and probate solicitors know that it can be difficult to know where to start with changing your Will or making amendment to your Will. 

Why choose MG Legal: 

Transparent fees. 

We are the experts. 

Multiple Office Locations. 

Give us a call at any time. 

Do I need a solicitor to update my will? 

Our specialist Wills and probate solicitors are aware that there are a huge number or Will writing services and Will amendment services advertised online for extremely cheap prices. However, these services are often not regulated, and do not follow necessary protocol, meaning that any changes to your Will can be invalid when it comes to your relatives trying to adminster your Will. 
By working with our specialist wills and probate solicitor, for a reasonable fixed-fee, you will receive a personalised service from an experienced solicitor, and can rest assured that all of your changes are properly included in your Will, and it will perfectly match your wishes. To learn more about our services, and how we can help with changing your Will, simply contact our Wills and probate solicitors online here and speak to a solicitor within one working hour about how we can help. 

Contact our Wills and Probate solicitors today: 

If you are looking to speak to a Wills and probate solicitor about how we can help with amending your will, do not hesitate to contact us today. Our specialist Wills and probate solicitors offer our services at a clear, fixed-fee rate, which is clearly outlined here on our fees page. 
Simply contact our Wills and probate team online, here, call us today, or email us at , and hear back from a solicitor within one working hour. 
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To speak to a solicitor today, contact us online here. Or give us a call on 01772 783314 
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