Review your Will on a regular basis, since changing circumstances – especially your marital situation (marriage, divorce or re-marriage) may affect its validity.
If there are significant changes of circumstance, it may become necessary to make a new Will, but for minor changes you may just require a Codicil – which makes an addition or alteration to your existing Will.
So if you’ve already made a Will, but would like, for example, to include a bequest to charity, the process is fairly straightforward – and can be drawn up by a solicitor.
Remember: Do not try to alter your Will by crossing out or adding words. If you do this, your Will may be rendered invalid in the eyes of the law, so if you then die without having made a new Will, it will be as if you had never made a Will at all.
In case of any query, you can call helpline of Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan 0800 44 44 8.