In the context of estate planning, at times the issue of testamentary capacity may raise and when it does it may necessitate a closer look at things. In this edition of Coutts LawCast, Senior Associate, Claire Stenos discusses testamentary capacity in estate planning.
ABOUT CLAIRE STENOS:
Claire is a Senior Associate in the Wills and Estate department at Coutts. She has 15 years of experience in assisting clients who have been appointed as executors in a will or next of kin of a deceased person who did not leave a will. She aims to make the process as straightforward as possible, with effective communication with the client at each step of the way.
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