Changing a Will

A will remains in force until the testator formally changes or revokes it [Wills Act 1936 (SA) s 21]. The fact that circumstances have altered does not mean that the will stops operating or that it changes to meet the altered circumstances. The only exceptions are when a person marries or becomes divorced.

Changing a Will  :  Last Revised: Thu Nov 13th 2014
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