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Statutory Wills

A Statutory Will is necessary if someone lacks the mental capacity to make their own Will.

If someone is unable to make a Will themselves, the Court of Protection can order that a ‘Statutory Will’ is made for them.

The ability to have the Court make a Will where someone lacks mental capacity can also be very useful to change a Will where there have been some other changes in circumstances.

Alternatively, a Will can be made where none exists and the Intestacy Rules would operate unfairly.

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