How do I know my Will is valid?


How do I know my Will is valid?

We're very often asked the following questions: 'How do i know if my Will is Valid?' 'How long does my Will stay valid for?' and 'Can i make any changes to my Will?'

Let's look at the first question... As soon as your Will has been signed correctly it becomes a valid legal document. You must also have two witnesses present with you as you sign the Will. Your Witnesses can be anyone you like, but they cannot be beneficiaries or be married to or is a civil partner of a beneficiary otherwise you would not be entitled to gain anything from your estate.

Don't have a Will? Need your Will Updating?

We can offer home visits, you can come to our local office, telephone call with one of our team members. Additionally we can offer online recorded video calls.

Every solution that suits you.

Call us on 01473487611.

North Colchester Business Centre

340 The Crescent

Colchester

CO4 9AD

01206 625004

PLEASE NOTE ALL CALLS ARE RECORDED FOR TRAINING AND MONITORING PURPOSES

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