>Keep your will in a safe place. If the will is misplaced, it may be presumed to be null and void. Solicitors often hold wills on behalf of clients. Usually there is no fee for this service. You should keep a copy of your will and note on the copy where the original is stored. …Read More
Where should I keep my will?
>If you wish, you can draw your own will. Printed forms for wills are available from stationers. There is no requirement that a solicitor must draft a will. However, it is not in your best interests to draft your own will. There have been many cases where personally drafted wills were either unclear, not properly …Read More
>Having a solicitor check your will is in your best interest because the solicitor will: Assure the validity of the will and that it is properly drawn, signed and witnessed. Clarify that your wishes are precisely expressed in the will. Advise you regarding adequate provision for your spouse and children, or for any former spouse …Read More