Start creating your Will online

Drafting a will can be a daunting prospect so the aim of our online Wills service is to make the process as simple as possible. Our team of experts are also on hand whenever you need support and completing the form will take about 10 to 15 minutes.

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The form will help you to layout your wishes including:

• Who your money and property will go to on your death

• Who you would like to leave specific items to

• If you would like to leave money to a nominated charity or organisation

• Who would look after your children if they are under 18 on your death

• And who you would like to inherit your business or shares.

The completed form will then be a basis for us to start drafting your new Will. We will, of course, contact you before we draft anything if we need any more information.

What kind of Will is best for you?

When you use this service, you can choose either a single Will or a mirror Will. The costs are:

Single Wills – these types of will are for people who are single, separated, divorced, have dissolved a civil partnership, widowed, a surviving partner or for couples who want to distribute their assets differently.

Mirror Wills – these are ideal for couples who are married, civil partners or co-habiting and who share wishes on how they want to distribute their assets. Applicants will receive two Wills that are mirror images of each other (hence the name!)

It’s important to note that there maybe additional fees if your Will is more complex, but we will advise you before anything is drafted so you know how much you will pay. We can also advise you on inheritance tax, asset protection and setting up a trust.

The Process Step by Step

Step 1 – You complete the form online and securely with support from us if you need it

Step 2 – We’ll contact you to finalise the content of your Will and the cost

Step 3 – Our team will start drafting your Will

Step 4 – We’ll send you a draft of your Will to review within XX days

Step 5 – We’ll send you your draft Will for you to review and approve

Step 6 – Once you’re happy with it, a final version will be sent to you with clear instructions for you to sign, which will then make it a legally binding document.

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