Friday, August 19, 2011

A Codicil

You have done your prior planing and prepared your last will and testament. You have the peace of mind that your last wishes will be carried out by your executor.

You now discover that you want to make some changes in your original will what to do? Must I make a new will? The answer to that is no you simply have to make a Codicil this is a document that can be used to make changes in your will. It is similar to the original will you will state what changes need to be made and will have to have a number of witnesses to sign the document. It is a simple document to prepare and can be done quickly by your attorney or paralegal.

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