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No Time to Make a Will?

Often, the very factors suggesting the need for a will; having young children, having your own business, having complicated financial affairs, or involvement with a charity, are also just the reasons why you cannot find the time to make a will. We are content to use any number of methods to combat this.

All stages of making a will can be achieved without a client visiting our offices. All instructions and communication on both sides can be by post, fax, or e-mail. We will however have to verify your identity to comply with money-laundering regulations.

A will can be witnessed by independent people with no legal training, though it is always better to sign your will in the presence of a solicitor for the purposes of certainty. If you are unable to come into sign your will during office hours we can usually arrange an appointment convenient to both parties.

If you wish to conduct the whole process in person we can also arrange to do this out of office hours. In some cases where speed is required we can take instructions, draft and sign a will in the course of a morning.

We have a series of law-bytes (such as this one) which explain the different stages of this process which are available freely on request, or from our web-site at http://www.swarb.co.uk.

Please talk to us about making a will. We will be happy to discuss any particular questions with you.

Important: Please note that our law-bytes are retained for archival purposes only. The law changes, and these notes are often, now, out of date. You must take direct advice on your own personal situation and the law as it currently stands.
All information on this site is in general and summary form only. The content of any page on this site may be out of date and or incomplete, and you should not not rely directly upon it. Take direct professional legal advice which reflects your own particular situation.
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