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Codicil to Will

A Codicil to a Will is a legal document that allows a testator to make minor changes or amendments to their existing Will.

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A codicil is a document that is used to make changes to an existing will. It is a legal document that is used to amend or supplement the original will. A codicil may be used to change a specific provision of the original will or to add new provisions. This document is typically used when an individual wishes to make changes to their will but does not want to create an entirely new will.

A codicil must be signed and witnessed in the same way as the original will. It is important to note that a codicil may not be used to revoke or cancel a will. It is merely used to make changes to the will. If an individual wishes to revoke their original will, they must do so by creating a new will.

There are several reasons why an individual may choose to create a codicil. For example, they may wish to change a beneficiary, alter the distribution of assets, or add new assets to the will. A codicil may also be used to appoint a new executor or change the powers of an existing executor.

It is important to consult with an attorney when creating a codicil to ensure that it is legally binding and that it meets all of the necessary requirements. An attorney can also provide guidance on the best way to make changes to a will and can help to ensure that the will accurately reflects an individual’s wishes.

In conclusion, a codicil is a legal document used to make changes to an existing will. It is signed and witnessed in the same way as the original will and must be done with the help of an attorney to ensure that it is legally binding and accurate.

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