Scottish Wills - Make a Scottish Will



 

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Make a Scottish Will

Making a will is one of the most important and fundamental things which we can do to ensure that our families and loved ones are protected once we are gone. The process of making a will is quiet straightforward and inexpensive but must adhere to strict guidelines.

Your basic will contains information such as:

  • How you wish to distribute  property, money, shares  and other assets
  • How you minor children should be catered for
  • Who you wish to appoint as executor(s) of your will
  • Your funeral wishes
  • Donations you wish to make to charity

In order to make a valid a Last Will & Testament in Scotland, the flowing elements must be complied with:

  • Generally It must be made by someone who has reached the age of legal capacity in Scotland, 16 years of age, or if they are married. However, while most countries require a minor to reach the age of majority before being able to sign a will or a codicil, the laws in Scotland allow for a person to make a will at the tender age of twelve years.

  • It must be made by someone voluntarily and without pressure from any other person; 

  • It must be made by someone who is of ‘sound and disposing mind’;

  • It must be in writing (normally);

  • The Will must be signed by the testator in the presence of two witnesses or, in the case of Wills executed in the state of Vermont, three witnesses;

  • The Last Will & Testament must also be signed by a witnesses in the presence of the testator and in the presence of each other.

  • The Last Will must include an attestation clause.


A Last Will and Testament is a fundamental part of estate planning and features in the vast majority of estate plans.

 

Scottswills.com offers two solicitor prepared methods for creating your will. You can make your will online using our state of the art software or through the use of our last will & testament kit.

 

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