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Posted 25 June, 2019 12:18:27
Searching to prove the last Will is a matter of protection
Neil Bates, Solicitor at Caris Robson LLP in Prudhoe, Northumberland, commented: “We were in possession of a Will written in 2014. There was a suggestion that there may be a later Will that the testator had made and we wanted to ensure as far as possible that everything had been done to establish that this was the last Will. We suggested that a Wil...
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Posted 24 June, 2019 14:06:32
Certainty Contentious Probate Hub & Area – The Network for Contentious Probate & Disputes
The Certainty Contentious Probate Hub & Area launched late last year and is growing with some of the most qualified solicitors who undertake contentious probate and inheritance disputes now being listed. It is a focal point for non-contentious solicitors to source a contentious probate and inheritance disputes specialist with the following ethos: Read more
 

Posted 01 May, 2019 11:16:38
Protect your wishes, protect your assets, for free
Do you have a Will? Well if the answer is yes, May 2019 will see the first ever Free Will Registration Month.

Throughout May you can go online and register your Will with The National Will Register.

The National Will Register which is operated by Certainty, and is endorsed by The Law Society of England & Wales, was set-up over...
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Posted 01 May, 2019 10:57:43
The National Will Register - First Ever Free Will Registration Month
May 2019 sees the launch of the first ever Free Will Registration Month. Providing law firms with the opportunity to register their Will Bank with Certainty the National Will Register completely free of charge, which provides many benefits to a law firm and their clients.

For over a decade, Certainty the National Will Register has built...
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Posted 25 April, 2019 12:35:06
The Old Will, the New Will, the Old Way, the New Way
Prior to Certainty the National Will Register, searching for a Will to prove the last Will being used to distribute an estate or to establish whether an unknown Will existed was at best time consuming, costly and usually inaccurate. In fact, for most solicitors the old way to achieve this was never really an option and often not undertaken. Since t...
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Posted 25 March, 2019 11:47:58
Why make life difficult at a difficult time?
When Dr Peters approached his local solicitor with a copy of his wife’s 1982 Will, he was informed that he would need to try and find the original before he could apply for a Grant of Probate.

Dr Peters comments: “As I had a copy of the Will, I was aware of the solicitors that had previously written my wife’s Will. I made contact and fou...
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