Mirror Wills

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Mirror Wills FAQs

There is no such thing as a single will for more than one person. Mirror wills mean you each have a will which is the same as the other.

No! Mutual Wills are relatively unusual as they seek to bind both testators from the point of signing to the death of the second. Put another way, they seek to bind both testators, removing the right to make a new will at any point.

Yes – you are free to change a mirror will.

No. You do NOT need the consent of your partner to change a mirror will. You are free to do so whenever you please.

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