You can make your will with the DIY kit, seek guidance online or from a solicitor. It is however advisable to observe due diligence when drafting a will personally because it is easy to make mistakes when writing the will or signing it, which can render it invalid or ambiguous.
If you do decide to make a DIY will, make sure the copy you sign and have witnessed is a free from errors and alterations. Number each page and do not leave any blank spaces.
Please call us on 0207 183 0084 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to draft your will or need advise on drafting a will and to ask us about any reservations or queries that you may have; we are always happy to assist.
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