Once your Will has been signed and witnessed, it is important to ensure that it is stored in a place that is both secure and easily accessible when the document is needed. If your Will cannot be located by your executors, it will be as if your Will does not exist.
We do not recommend that our clients keep their Will at home. If you have a fire, flood or burglary, you risk losing your Will. If your Will is damaged in any way, the courts could declare it invalid.
Strong Wills recommends and uses National Will Safe to store our clients' Wills and other documents. For a small annual fee, your Will and any other relevant legal documents, such as Powers of Attorney, are kept in a waterproof wallet in a specialist document archive facility.
While your documents are with National Will Safe, you will receive the following benefits to make life easier for you and your family:
If you would like to find out more about storing your documents with National Will Safe, please get in touch via the online form or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org