Update your Will when your cheating husband is given marching orders

Question: My client is distraught. After finding out that her husband's personal assistant was taking the 'personal' part of the job literally, they are now divorced. I am a Western Australian accountant that wants to protect my already fragile client. I hear that divorce invalidates a Will. Should she make a new Will? What happens if she fails to make a new Will? Read the article for the answer...