Will documents are specific to the person. Once upon a time they were done as a couple but unfortunately what happens with this is that once one person passes away the will can become inadequate in order to protect a second spouse. If you subsequently marry after that first spouse passed away your will will definitely be inadequate.
The standard practice as it is now is individual wills for every individual regardless of your marital status. This ensures that if there are any differences between yours and your spouses will those differences can be specifically delineated in each document. This also ensures that should something happen to one of you the other one still has a will. Unfortunately it does happen where one spouse may predecease one by not a very long amount of time so this ensures that both wills will be, in fact, in place when something unfortunate happens.See all videos