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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.

If you were unable to join us at the session, click here to view a recording.

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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