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This week has seen the announcement that people will be able to use voicemail and texts to make their Wills under a radical overhaul of inheritance laws proposed by the Government’s legal advisers. 
The Law Commission has described the current legacy system as out of date and said that it must keep up with the digital age. 
A Will determines your wishes when you die but what happens if you become incapacitated during your lifetime? The answer is a Power of Attorney which is a legal document that details attorneys you trust to take decisions for you in your best interests, should you be unable to do so yourself. 
If you don't have a valid will, this can happen: 
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