Libby Holding: Don't forget your will when you're saying 'I do'

Contemplation clauses explained

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Libby Holding: "Ensuring your wills are accurate and up to date when the future is rosy, can certainly save heartache and protect your assets further down the line."
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Libby Holding: "Ensuring your wills are accurate and up to date when the future is rosy, can certainly save heartache and protect your assets further down the line."

With the restrictions on numbers for events lifted (at the time of writing), the wedding season is back in full swing. In this article, Libby Holding takes a look at the effect that nuptials can have on a couple’s estate planning and, with one in three marriages now ending in divorce, considers the impact of a future split

If couples are engaged or planning to marry their current partner in the future, they don't need to wait until after the marriage to review their estate planning but would need to include a contemplation...

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