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My wife and I haven’’t any property to leave so we haven’’t made a will. However we would like to make sure that any money we have goes to my wife’s son by her previous marriage when we die. Is it possible to make a joint will to this effect?

You should make separate but related wills, leaving your money to each other in the first instance but with a common clause directing that any money remaining on the death of the survivor should go to your stepson. It won’’t be expensive to make two simple wills such as these.

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