Once your Will, Trust and Powers of Attorney have been executed, it is crucial that you take steps to store the originals securely. If your original documents go missing or are accidentally destroyed, your executors, trustees or attorneys will be unable to proceed as copies are not valid.
If your Will is damaged or defaced, the Probate Registry may consider that an attempt has been made to revoke your Will and may refuse to admit it to probate. In either case, your estate may be treated as if you had not made a Will at all - and this will mean you will be deemed to have died intestate where the rules of intestacy will then come into play.
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