Video Wills

by tyemason April 10, 2013 Estate Planning

The Wills Act 1837, which has equivalents in many Commonwealth countries, states that in order to be valid, a will must be correctly executed: it must be signed, dated and witnessed by two independent witnesses. The Act does not state, however, that a will must be written on paper, in a specific format or using […]

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Digital Assets and Probate

by tyemason February 28, 2013 Private Client

When someone sits down to write a will, they may begin with a list of their property, savings, shares, valuable items or household goods generally. Digital assets can often be overlooked when considering what to do when someone dies. Digital assets include files, folders and software you have on your computer and phone at home […]

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