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Planning a wedding? Don’t get caught out!

You have planned every last detail of your dream day, and now you think all that's left to do is have your dream wedding and get married! But there is one thing you may not have previously considered, that could have a significant impact on your future happiness.

Many people don’t realise that marriage or a civil partnership automatically revokes any Will you have in place unless the Will was made in contemplation of the marriage.

If you don’t establish a new Will, then on your death, your assets will be subject to the rules of intestacy and will not pass to whom you had intended. The actual distribution will depend on the makeup of your family, but your new spouse will not automatically inherit the whole of your estate.

If you are getting married and want to ensure that your estate will be distributed according to your wishes, contact us today! We can help you put a new Will in place so that you can enjoy your big day and your new life, safe in the knowledge that your new spouse and loved ones are provided for.

Tel: +44 7831 379562 (UK) or +34 622 374 738 (Spain), or email

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