At Middletons we will arrange to take full instructions from clients by telephone or video conference and we have arrangements in place for clients to sign their Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney in a compliant and safe way taking into account the current health risks.
We have considered infection risks e.g. that the virus can survive on surfaces (including paper) for a period of time. Surfaces are disinfected, we wear gloves and we provide antibacterial wipes for your use. You are required to have your own black pen with you when attending meetings at our offices for signing documents. For more information please contact:
Michelle Stopford at firstname.lastname@example.org
Charles Goodbody at email@example.com
Samantha Borek at firstname.lastname@example.org
Formal legal requirements for Wills to be valid and Lasting Powers of Attorney lawful may cause particular difficulty during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The following are the formal requirements for signing a Will which must be followed. It must:
The following are the formal requirements for completing Lasting Powers of Attorney (Financial Decisions or Health and Care):
If you would like more information please contact Michelle Stopford, Charles Goodbody or Samantha Borek by email.
Middletons Solicitors have a reputation for excellence with offices based in Warminster, Andover and Stockbridge. With more than 50 years’ experience delivering comprehensive legal services, our team of legal experts provides the highest standard of advice and service.
Just a short note to once again express my sincere thanks to you, Sue and the M&U team, for all your help, cooperation and first class professional support.
I am most grateful to you all.