Keep ringing the changes
It’s very important to check your will regularly and make allowances for changing circumstances. The person you selected as legal guardian after the birth of your child may no longer be the appropriate choice 10 years later, for instance. “And if your nominated guardian passes away, the will should provide for an alternative guardian,” Sharusha adds. Also, check in from time to time with your nominated legal guardians, as their changing circumstances may cause them to reconsider their willingness and/or ability to take on the role.