Elder Law

Many important documents require an oath, affirmation or declaration to validate their authenticity, be used as evidence in Court, or to comply with legislation/rules surrounding their use. It is, under normal circumstances, integral that these oaths, affirmations and declarations are taken in person. With the...

A cornerstone of the validity of a Will is that it must be signed by the Will-maker in the physical presence of two adult witnesses (section 11 of the Wills Act 2007). The witnesses must not be a beneficiary, or related to any of the...