Virtually every adult should have a Will and review it at least every three to five years (or when a major life event has occured, such as the birth of a baby, death of a beneficiary, new property purchase, etc.).
A change in marital status in your family, the birth or death of a family member or a change in your fiancial situation or employment status are all good reasons to think about the importance of an up to date will.
If you are not sure whether to proceed, give our office a call and we will review your situation and make an appropriate recommendation. There's no obligation and you will have the information you need to make an informed decision.