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Will signing and COVID-19 lockdown I Useful tips

02 April 2020

You can be assured that, no matter how complex your wishes, our wills, trusts & probate lawyers can give you the right advice during COVID-19 lockdown to ensure these are fulfilled.

You may find this step-by-step video guide useful as it covers the ways in which you can sign your will during the coronavirus pandemic while keeping in line with the government’s guidelines. Failure to meet the requirements of the law would make the will invalid or invalidate the gift to beneficiaries who have witnessed the will.

As always, we are here to help so please get in touch with our wills, trusts & probate team if you have any queries.

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