Need to Make/Update your Will?.

In these difficult times individuals are recognising the importance of either making or updating their Wills, particularly those who are self-isolating. Our Private Wealth team are here to take those calls and assist new and existing clients to get their affairs in order.

We have adapted to the change in circumstances to ensure that we can still prepare Wills whilst ensuring we adhere to the government’s guidelines. Whilst we would usually meet with clients face to face to take their instructions for Wills, we can now take instructions over video call or telephone call and liaise with clients by email and post for approval and amendment to the documents. We will also seek to advise and assist you on the practical steps that you can take to execute your Wills in these strange times without increasing infection risk.

For more advice or information in relation to making or updating a Will or making Lasting Powers of Attorney, please contact Jeremy Duffy by telephone on 01932 590597 or by email at jeremy.duffy@mundays.co.uk or Kerry Sawyer by telephone on 01932 590664 or by email at kerry.sawyer@mundays.co.uk

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