Be aware of the rules!
For it to be valid, a will must be in writing and you must sign it the presence of two independent witnesses, who must also sign the document. It is important to note that any beneficiary of the will cannot act as a witness.
Another important consideration here is mental capacity. If it could later be proven that an individual lacked the mental capacity to understand the contents of a will and its consequences, the will could become invalid. Having our team draw up your will avoids the potential for you to break any rules accidentally or inadvertently.
See your following news updates for Part 4 of 5 the rest of the things you need to think about when making your Will.
Your local specialist for Wills and Probate in the Horsforth area is…. Andrew Norton at Norton Connor Solicitors.Give Andrew a call on: –
Tel: 0113 2390088 or email: Wills@nortonconnor.co.uk