Watch now: MEET | THE | EXPERTS webinar: Covid-19 - Wills in Isolation
Thank you to everyone who joined us for our MEET | THE | EXPERTS webinar, 'Covid-19 - Wills in Isolation', on Thursday 30 April.
The webinar addressed a range of issues around the challenges of executing wills during periods of isolation, including execution formalities, incapacity and undue influence.
Thank you very much to our speakers: Jessica Henson (Partner, Payne Hicks Beach); Ruth Hughes (Barrister, 5 Stone Buildings); Ed Powles (Partner, Maurice Turnor Gardner); and our chair Rupert Ticehurst, MTG Head of Dispute Resolution.
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