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Legal Eagle Q & A: Does marriage mean a new will?
Answer: Yes, you definitely do. Marriage invalidates a will so you should make a will either just before your wedding so that special provisions can be put in place to make sure the will stays valid or as soon as you are married. Not the most romantic thing of the day I do accept but essential nonetheless!
This Q & A is by Melinda Giles at Giles Wilson Solicitors.