Despite most aspects of our daily life being interrupted during this period of lockdown Reid Black are here for new and existing clients. We are available to take new will instructions over the phone, via video call or through email. We are also able to send out wills for signing via post or by email for printing and signing to ensure that your wishes are recorded and correctly put in place. You also do not need to worry about an independent witness being present when signing your will and we can advise how best to deal with this aspect – for example by witnessing a Will through a direct line of sight via a downstairs window.

Changing your will amidst Covid-19 / Coronavirus pandemic

You may already have a will in place but when was the last time you reviewed it? Does it still benefit the correct people in your life, or have your wishes or financial position simply changed over time? This may be the time to revisit your existing will and think about any changes that may be required.

Reid Black usually suggest that wills are reviewed from time to time, and particularly following a birth, marriage, death or divorce. If your will no longer reflects your wishes Reid Black are able to accommodate clients and take instructions to amend, alter and create new wills when the existing one is no longer fit for purpose.

Do not use an online Will making kit or homemade Will

In Northern Ireland, for a Will to be valid, it must follow statutory requirements and, when Reid Black draws up your will, we will ensure that these are complied with and that the will is correctly signed and witnessed.