Making a will through a window, in a garden, on a bench …
Stephen Myers produced a set of detailed instructions to enable them to do so with ‘a will through a window’, although we have also seen wills witnessed in gardens, on benches and on a car bonnet.
With illness and death on the news each day, it is natural to want to put our affairs in order. However, it is important that a will is executed properly, or it may be invalid. If your affairs are at all complicated (such as with a portfolio of investments) then it is also important to ensure it is drafted by an experienced solicitor.
‘We have all had to adapt to the coronavirus situation. Our clients have been very diligent in following our advice and guidelines, and the process has worked very well’ said Stephen Myers who is managing director and head of private client services.
This article is for general information only and does not constitute legal or professional advice. Please note that the law may have changed since this article was published.