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Her solicitor did go to hospital to continue/complete
(?) the process but I understand that the medical team stopped it due to her condition. Communication with her is extremely difficult now and limited to perhaps one or two words per visit. However I do believe that she is understanding all that is said.
OK thanks. Well it seems that the will is not complete and therefore is not valid. However I believe that all of her wishes and instructions are detailed in that document yet as far as I can see that in these circumstances that information will be ignored in the event of her death. Is any way that the existing non-valid will can be honoured by a court?