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Changing or Revoking a Will

It is not only important for you to make a Will, but it is equally important
to keep your Will up to date.

You made your Will, time has passed and you have acquired additional assets, you want to change the executor, trustee or a beneficiary named in your Will for whatever reason; or maybe you fell in love and were married or fell out of love and divorced. How does this affect your Will? Life changes do affect your Will and according to the Wills Act Chapter 115 of the Statute Laws of The Bahamas, a Will may be changed and/or revoked by one of the following situations as long as the Will maker (testator) has the mental capacity to make a Will. More…