capacity to marry is based on many of the same principles as capacity to make a will

The Case of DMM: Alzheimer’s and Capacity to Marry

Creating a will is not the only way that the distribution of property in someone’s estate can change. According to section 18 of the Wills Act 1837, getting married revokes previous wills. If a new will is made after they are married, this will be the valid will. In the absence of a new will made after they are married, the couple will be subject to the intestacy rules, which […]