Where is your will stored?
If your relatives do not know whether you have made a will or, if you have, where it might be stored, it can be very difficult for them to find out whether a will exists.
Enquiries will usually have to be made with any banks or building societies you had accounts with, and with any firms of solicitors or will writers you have may have used. Your home may also be searched. Having to go through this process can be extremely wearing at an already distressing time.
Myers & Co are founding partners of Certainty, the national will register and database. When you make your will with is, we will store your will for you free of charge and register it with Certainty. By doing this, all your loved ones will need to do after you have died is to contact us.
Our secure, fire-proof storage facility can be used free of charge to store:
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