What Are The Financial And Legal Implications Of Remarrying? By Lucinda Holliday

According to a report by the Office for National Statistics [ONS], the age at which people are marrying continues to hit new highs, as many over the 50s are choosing to remarry following a divorce or bereavement. While tying the knot is an exciting occasion at any time of life, there are a range of practical issues to consider if you are not doing so for the first time. Below, we discuss some of the key financial and legal implications involved if you find yourself in this position by Lucinda Holliday, head of family & divorce at Blaser Mills Law. The impact on your will If you are remarrying after a divorce, your will is affected in the same way as it would be if you were marrying for the first time, and will become invalidated as soon as your marriage has taken place. You must be aware of the potential consequences…

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