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are wills no longer discussed with all beneficiary in att

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are wills no longer discussed with all beneficiary in attendance
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There has never been a system in Scotland for the reading of a will.

The executor normally just writes to the beneficiaries.

The formal reading of a will happens only in fictional situations such as TV programmes and books.

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