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Will

a written document that sets out how you wish your property to be divided after you die. Your property is also called your 'estate'. The nature of your relationships may affect how your estate is distributed, especially if you don't have a Will. To be official, a Will must be:

* in writing
* signed by two witnesses, present when the Will-maker signs the Will and using the same pen
* dated at the time of signing
* Made of the person's own free will, without pressure from anyone else.
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We are in a syndicate raised by us to purchase a commercial winery. Our accountant was concerned about potential withdrawal of capital and the effect this would have on our bank and remaining backers. Jim was asked to come in, sort it out and get written agreement from all parties as to the movement of capital. He delivered everything we needed and more. Every syndicate member was relaxed and so were our bankers. The legal side was set up by a solicitor of Jims suggestion and it was the simplest set of actions for us all to achieve security of investment.