Jan Atkinson, senior partner writes on personal financial matters for the Jewish Chronicle 23 Jun 2020 | Jan Atkinson

Our Head of Wills, Probate and Estate Management at Osbornes Law has contributed to a special Finance Supplement on ‘Dealing with your Personal Finances and Affairs’ for the Jewish Chronicle.

The Jewish Chronicle is the world’s oldest and most influential London-based, Jewish newspaper.  It contains Jewish news, culture, sport and commentary.

Jan’s article, which can be read in this week’s Finance Supplement, or by following the link here,  features ways in which wills can be written and witnessed whilst adhering to the current social distancing guidelines.

Jan Atkinson and her team are specialists in the private client field of work and available to discuss your requirements or any concerns on 020 7485 8811.

 

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