Nellie - Testamentary Capacity Assessor
Testamentary Capacity Assessment
Independent Social Work Practice
England and Wales
The Experts in Mental Capacity Assessment
Our qualified experienced and registered Social Workers complete all of our mental capacity assessments. We provide a relaxed and informal approach to ensure you have the best opportunity and help in making decisions.
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Testamentary capacity is the term used to describe the capacity for someone to make or alter a will.
Our professionals ensure their assessments are completed with both the principles of the Mental Capacity act (2005) and case law (Banks v Goodfellow (1870) LR 5 QB 549).
The test for capacity to execute a valid will is based in case law is:
Understand the nature of making a will and its effects.
Understand the extent of the property of which they are disposing.
Be able to comprehend and appreciate the claims to which they ought to give effect.
Have no disorder of the mind that perverts their sense of right or prevents the exercise of their natural faculties in disposing of their property by will
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