Amend a previously executed Will without the need to completely rewrite a Will. Minor changes are made to a Will in a codicil, such as changing an executor or a beneficiary if they have predeceased you.
A codicil is a document that alters part of your existing will but leaves the rest of the will intact. It is a separate document to the Will itself but should be stored alongside your Will. This helps to make sure your executors are aware of any changes you have made when administering your estate.
It is recommended that a new Will be made for drastic changes. Should the situation arise, please contact our office for further guidance.
You may want to use a codicil if you have already made your Will and want to make some small changes. This includes things like:
Price: £30 (minimum charge)
(First codicil is free if you had an intermediate or advanced Will prepared by Ethical Wills. A new Will is free if you had an advanced will prepared by Ethical Wills.)