As Scotland has now moved into Phase 3 of their route map out of lockdown, tight physical distancing measures still remain in place to prevent any further spread of COVID-19. While these measures are in place, you can still take valuable steps towards planning for your estate after you die, or in the event that you lose mental capacity. For many, estate planning may be a matter of urgency or concern at this time. As a result, the Law Society of Scotland has introduced interim guidance to ensure compliance with both social distancing measures and the law of Wills, Trusts and estates. Here’s what you need to know about estate planning during the coronavirus pandemic.