On the face of it, this sounds implausible. How can you change your will if you have died?
In reality, as long as any beneficiaries left worse off after any change, agree, you can change a person’s will after their death.
Any change must be completed within two years of the death.
The circumstances that such a change can be agreed are to:
Executors will need to make a variation to the will to accomplish the above, this will involve:
This ability to change a will after death can often resolve family disputes if the affected beneficiaries agree. However, the process is best managed by a professional advisor to ensure that all the formalities are dealt with correctly.