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Thanks for the short answer. I'll give a little bit more details and you can see if this changes your answer. I got married last year and I've moved with my wife and son to the UK. I had a will in Australia, but my wife is American. So the first thing is that the marriage voided mine and my wife's will. So now we need new ones. But we didn't do it before we left. So now I need to get this done, so I was wondering due to citizenship whether it actually made a difference or not. So I thought that if we made a will here, in accordance with the laws of the UK, then it should be valid no matter where we end up. We all have residency visas if that helps. I can follow the guidelines online for making a valid will - that seems simple enough. I'd appreciate your thoughts?