Applying for a Statutory Will: when should I instruct a genealogist?

Applying for a Statutory Will: when should I instruct a genealogist?

When a Statutory Will is written on the behalf of an individual who has lost capacity, there are many things to be considered. Title Research’s new blog discusses when these Wills should be made, the application and execution process, and a Statutory Will case study. More specifically, it answers:

  • What is a Statutory Will?
  • Are there risks involved with making a Statutory Will?
  • When should I involve a genealogist?
  • How can an expert genealogist help avoid issues?

Click here to read the blog.

Title Research provides a range of genealogical research and asset repatriation services for legal professionals. Their services are designed to streamline the estate administration process, assist you with locating missing people or assets, and mitigate the risk of future dispute or complications. If you have any questions about genealogical research, asset repatriation, or how you can work with Title Research, call them on 0345 87 27 600 or email [email protected].

This article was submitted to be published by Title Research as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Wills and Probate. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Wills and Probate.

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