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Keepoing your Will Safe and Valid

Keeping your Will Safe and Valid

Storing your Will

Keeping your Will and Other Documents Safe and Valid

Once your Will is signed and witnessed, that is not the end of the story. It is essential that your Will is stored in a safe place.

Any of the following events can result in your Will being invalidated:-

  • If it is lost, it is presumed that you revoked it by destroying it;
  • If it is destroyed by flood or fire, and not re-made, it is presumed to have been revoked;
  • If it is scribbled on or damaged – even if you spill coffee on it! -it is presumed that you have revoked it by defacement;
  • If there are marks on it indicating that another document was at some time stapled or paper-clipped to it, it is presumed that you intended to change your will by incorporating the contents of another document.

We can help you keep your Will undamaged and accessible, by storing your Will and associated documents in a secure, fire-proof facility.

We give you a copy of the Will and associated documents to keep with your personal papers, together with written instructions as to how your will can be retrieved, so that you and your executors or attorneys can access the documents at any time.

To retrieve your documents, all you have to do is call us, and we will arrange for the Will and other documents to be delivered to you within one working day.

Our storage service is included with our Traditional Wills, Family Trust Wills and our Estate Plans.

"I decided to get advice about making my will because I was about to travel abroad with my children for the first time in many years. My financial advisor recommended Will Written. I appreciated being able to have a consultation at home, so that I could discuss my situation in confidence. I was able to ask wide-ranging questions and Gina’s knowledge and expertise were reassuring. An estate plan was created for me that exactly suited my needs, resources, family and dependents. I have the peace of mind of having made a will that ensures my assets are safely passed to my children at the end of my life. I also have added protection if I become ill or disabled, because I have made a Lasting Power of Attorney appointing my best friend to manage my affairs if I lose the ability to manage them for myself. "

Christine J

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