Legal documents written in a foreign language must be certified by an official translator to be presented in the UK. A last will and testament details the distribution of a person’s estate. It also names the executor and his or her duties and sets out the individual’s wishes for funeral or burial arrangements and provides for the guardianship of children. To be valid, the document must be signed by the individual making the will, and must bear a date. An official translator can prepare a will and testament to be certified in the UK. The will is then proofread and edited, and sworn before a notary to be accurate and faithful to the original document. More information on the translation of a will is available on this site.