Discussion in 'Wills & Probate' started by arthurk, Jul 22, 2019.
Forgot to say - that is England and Wales only. Scotland gets their add-on day at New Year.
I spent some of my working life as a civil servant (could be quite uncivil at times)
Did you get Maundy Thusday off? No idea why but we did!
No, but we did get a day in lieu.
And we used to have Easter Tuesday and the Queen's Birthday (but not any more).
Well it looks as though they're still playing "silly beggars".
I ordered a Will on 9 January.
Queried it's non-appearance on 10 February.
Received the "Delivery Notice" on 17 February - the standard "you didn't give the correct details, you need to re-order" letter.
Received an apology on 19 February - "we are arranging to send correct requested copy".
No more e-mails.
Just happened to log into the "Find A Will" site yesterday (29 February) ... and there in "My Wills" it tells me I have a Will delivered 19 February, first downloaded 19 February, available until 21 March.
What on earth?
And there it is - the Will I wanted.
Moral of this story:
Keep a record of what you've ordered, and keep checking the site.
Their emailing system is a little hit and miss, sometimes I get a notification whereas other times I only discover it has arrived by going into my orders.
As you say
Separate names with a comma.