Everything changes in time, including what we have and who we want to give it to. Changing your will is not overly complicated, but it is important to do it the right way. There are a few ways to do it.
- Add a codicil to your will
A codicil is an addendum that adds to or changes the terms of your will. Like a will, the document must be witnessed by two uninterested witnesses. It should be kept with your will, and you should let some trusted people know where it is and that it exists.
- Rewrite your will
Since most wills are short documents, rewriting a will can also be done relatively quickly and simply, as long as all of the legal requirements of writing a will are met. The old will should be phyiscally destroyed, and the new will takes its place.