Wills and Codicil

A Codicil is a legal document that is used to change specific provisions of a last will

There aren't any written rules as to when a codicil is required. The general school of thought is that a codicil should suffice if you want to make minor changes, such as adding or deleting specific bequests, changing who will serve as your personal representative, or updating the name of a beneficiary  in a Will or your personal representative due to marriage, divorce or other factors.

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