Secure Document Storage: The National Will Safe
Protect your legacy with us. Safeguard all of your vital documents – wills, trusts, property deeds, life insurance and pension policies and more – in our secure, state-of-the-art facility. Rest easy knowing your estate planning documents are safe and accessible when needed.
Choose peace of mind, choose us as your trusted estate planning document custodian. Contact us today to ensure your legacy’s security.
The Storage Facility
Clearly it makes sense for our clients to keep their important legal documents safely – after-all, if they are lost or damaged at the time they are needed, you will have lost the benefit of making the documents in the first place.
The original versions of legal documents, such as Wills and Powers of Attorney are the only legally binding versions. Scans, photocopies and computer records are not legally valid because they don’t have your original signature on them.
The original Will is your only Will and must be kept safely
One place you should never keep an original Will is at home. If you have a fire, flood or burglary, you risk losing your Will. If your Will is damaged in any way, then the courts could declare the Will invalid.
The best advice we can give is to keep your Will in a safe place; however that place must be easily accessible when the document is needed.
For more information call us today on 0208 547 2583 and make an appointment with one of our advisors.
“John has been absolutely amazing when it came to planning my Will and Estate as I was unsure what I needed in place and how best to approach it.
Being in property was an added complication for me and having someone as knowledgeable as John made the process so much easier.
Very quickly and easily I had everything in place should I ever need.
I would absolutely recommend John to anyone who is considering putting a Will, LPA or Trust in place (even if you don’t know which ones you need!!).”
Free Estate Planning Guide
Learning how to protect your assets can feel like an overwhelming topic. Our FREE Estate Planning Guide will help you to understand the process and how to get started.