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From what you say you were not married to any of the beneficiaries at the time you witnessed the will. Is that correct please?
That is correct I witnessed the will in 2010 and then married my husband in 2014. It is not a big estate but I will feel really stupid if my witnessing has caused his share to fail!
s15 Wills Act provides that where a witness is a beneficiary or spouse of a beneficiary of the will, that beneficiary will not inherit.
Providing you were not married at the time you witnessed the will your husband will be entitled to inherit even if you later married after witnessing the will.
Is there anything above I can clarify for you?
Thank you that answers perfectly
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