We are often reminded we should update our wills as circumstances change.
It is something DH and I have mentioned in the past 12 months but not got round to yet. He will hate it if I nag him, but I am not sure how he would feel if I changed mine without his knowledge.
Our wills are similar, in that we each have two children from former marriages, which we have taken into consideration by splitting our estates three ways, with a third each to our own children and a third to each other. Now that we are older, I am not sure this makes sense, as the surviving spouse ‘s children might end up inheriting more than our own children. We have different numbers of grandchildren now, and DH has a part share in a property to cause complications.
I just can’t find the right words to get the conversation going, let alone the right solutions.
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