Now may be the perfect time to get our legal affairs in order writes solicitor Elaine Byrne
The pandemic may have been a time when many of us have reflected on and considered our legal affairs. In this article I would like to look at various matters which may be on our minds and also to reassure readers that legal services are deemed as an essential service even during level five restrictions and can be attended to in strict compliance with public health guidelines.
One issue is that of a will. A will is used to describe “a document in which a person called the testator or testatrix sets out his or her wishes in relation to certain matters which are to take effect on his or her death”. It is important to remember that your will shall only take effect on your death so that it is open to you, provided you have capacity, to make and update your will as many times as you wish.
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