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Where there’s a will, there’s a way: the challenges of witnessing wills during a pandemic

For trusts and estates lawyers, the virtual shift isn’t so simple

Where there’s a will, there’s a way: the challenges of witnessing wills during a pandemic

For most lawyers, the move to a world of more electronic documents and less paper, along with Zoom or FaceTime calls, has been a godsend. Not for everything, mind you, but when the circumstances make sense, especially with a pandemic still raging, doing things virtually can be faster, cheaper and safer.

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