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Will in Contemplation of MarriageWill in Contemplation of Marriage

A marriage revokes a Will.  It is important to create a Will in Contemplation of Marriage.  It is important if you have married since you made your  last Will, as that Will is probably no longer valid. If you die without making a new Will, your estate could be dealt with under the intestacy laws, where the government, not you, decides how your estate should be distributed.

There are some exceptions to this, which differ from State to State or Territory.  However, the rest of your Will would be revoked. That means some of your wishes may not be followed in the event of your death.

It is, however, possible to make a Will in contemplation of marriage – of a specific marriage or of marriage generally. Such a Will would still be valid after a subsequent marriage.

This will is 6 Pages Long.

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If you are making a will and have a pending marriage, we recommend that you include an express clause within your will, stating that the will is made in contemplation of your marriage.

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