As the scourge of the Covid-19 pandemic continues to ravage the world, it reminds us again of the frailty of our mortal existence and may prompt us to put our affairs in order.
While it may not be a comforting thought, preparing a Will is a good idea. But in an era of lock downs and remote works, how feasible is this? How can you prepare a valid Will when you cannot physically meet with your lawyers and witnesses to sign it?
Can a Will be signed with electronic signature under Nigerian law? Everlaw Associates team members answer these questions and more in this article, which is the 1st part in a series of articles on the subject.