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Clients should make a new Will and change super beneficiaries

Divorce changes the way a Will operates.

Divorce changes the way a Will operates. Most gifts and executor appointments that were granted to a divorced spouse are invalid after divorce. A person should get legal advice. See Wills.

A person should also consider contacting their superannuation company to change nominated beneficiaries.

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