Making a Will during Lockdown“The practical difficulties of it are enormous.”

As heard on Today with Sean O'Rourke

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No-one likes to think about their final testament, but the prospect of illness and even death due to the coronavirus makes wills suddenly seem more relevant. Social distancing and cocooning raise particular problems for the making of a will, according to barrister Tim Bracken. The wills expert and author of The Probate Handbook laid out the implications of making your wishes known …