MEET | THE | EXPERTS: Covid 19: Wills in isolation - an update
On 13 August, in a follow-up to our earlier MEET | THE | EXPERTS webinar on executing wills in isolation, Ed Powles and Rupert Ticehurst discussed the Ministry of Justice's proposed new legislation to allow wills to be witnessed virtually.
To watch a recording of their discussion click here.
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