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Will Storage

The original Will is your only Will and must be kept safely.

Once you have written your Will, it is important to ensure your last Will is sensibly stored in a safe and secure place.

One place you should never keep an original Will is at home. If you have a fire, flood or burglary, you risk losing your Will.

If your Will is damaged in anyway, then the courts could declare the Will as invalid.

You must keep your Will in a safe place; however, that place must be easily accessible when the document is needed.

Certainty will provide you with a Certificate of Safe Custody for you and your Executors.

They display your name, a unique storage reference number and our contact details.

If you have any other questions, please contact us

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