The death of a loved one is a difficult time, and if you have concerns about the validity of their Will and whether their true intentions will be honoured, this can add to your distress.
We have now had a chance to consider Part One, Part Two and Part Three of Murray Beith Murray’s “Self-isolation Schedule” blog and this final set of tasks should stand you in good stead and ensure your personal legal affairs are fully up-to-date:
Our recent blog considered how Wills and Powers of Attorney can be signed safely whilst adhering to social distancing rules.
For those of us fortunate enough to remain healthy, the unprecedented lockdown is seeing a rise in people wishing to make the most of their newfound spare time. Whether you envisage making Joe Wicks proud by increasing your fitness levels or trying new pasta-based recipes, there are also some important and tangible goals you can set to organise your personal affairs.
In what is an unprecedented time, it is important that you can continue to manage your personal legal affairs in the most efficient way possible and feel supported in doing so. Lawyers throughout Scotland – and indeed globally – are thinking fast about ways in which various deeds can be finalised whilst adhering to the social distancing rules amidst the Coronavirus pandemic.