Posted on: 08-03-2016 in Holborn Assets
A witness is someone who sees the event and is prepared to confirm the occurrence of that event. When it comes to wills and trusts, witnesses play a prominent role. To ensure your will is legally abiding, it is important that your will is properly witnessed and signed.
Noteworthy facts about selecting witnesses:
You must sign your will:
No one should leave the room until the will is witnessed and signed by you and the two witnesses.
If you are in any doubt as to whether or not you should make a will or who should be appointed as witnesses to attest your will, consult professional advisors for more information.
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