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Once a person has moved into a care home, and they are settled, generally, most people would think about selling their house. Clearly, if it is unoccupied there is a danger the house could be damaged Download Batmanto. House insurance is also more complicated if a house is unoccupied. If a person has written a Will, leaving their house to a specified person, as above, they may need to review their Will, removing the gift of the house if they are disposing of it Pupuin download. They may want to increase the share of the estate now paid to the person who would have received the house instead. Here lies another problem. To write a Will, you need full mental capacity Mid The Office. By this stage, sadly some people may not have this, so their old Will cannot easily be changed. So maybe not such a great idea.

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