Aside from it making good sense to consult with Sinels before drafting your will, there are jurisdictions including that of Jersey, where complex laws apply to the drafting of and attestation of wills and require the involvement of an advocate or lawyer in the process. Self-help tends to be penny-wise and pound foolish.
At the outset, for your will to be drafted properly, it’s important to have complete information relating to your assets and liabilities worldwide, especially within the country you call home. Having these accessible to you and as organised as possible will make it simpler to have the necessary details well-recorded in the will. Sinels can help with drafting a valid will. If laws change, we can update the will accordingly. The more organised the facts of your estate and the details of your legacy are, the easier it is for your executor and family after your death.