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Once the document is prepared you can either go and see a Solicitor who can confirm that you have sworn on the holy book that what you have said is true, they will then sign it.
There is a fee normally around £5 - £10
Or you can take this to the County Court and get it sworn and they will do it for free
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
I've been told by two solicitors that they need to see the will
Yes that may be the case.
They need to be able to confirm hat you are the sole benificiary
They can't do that without seeing it
ok. I thought that they were just confirming that I had said that it was true, not that they had seen it. when I did some tax forms, it was enough for them to say that they witnessed me saying it was true
If you want the Solicitor to confirm what you are saying is true then yes you need to show the will
But if you are just asking them to verify your document then the dont need to see it
that's great. thank you. out of curiosity - roughly much should it cost (ball park - a term I hate)
£5 - £10
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the document has to get translated, sent to the FCO for apolsote and then sent to spain