HCR Law Events

22 April 2021

Writing your will in lockdown: top tips to avoid disputes

The number of people looking to write a will has risen sharply in the last year, as Covid-19 focused minds on the need to plan ahead. However, in an area where face to face contact has been traditionally important, there have been many challenges around signing and validating a will in a socially-distanced world.

In this video, Laura Banks, partner in our wills, trusts and estates teams, and Beth King-Smith, head of disputed wills, trusts and estates, take a look at some of the challenges they have overcome in the last year and provide you with their top tips to consider when creating or updating your will to avoid disputes in the future.

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About the Authors
Beth King-Smith, Partner, Head of Disputed Wills, Trusts & Estates and Worcester Private Client team

Beth King-Smith is a Worcester solicitor, specialising in dispute resolution.

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