Make a will online
It’s the only way to ensure that your possessions go to the important people in your life
Did you know that having a valid last will and testament is the only way to guarantee that your loved ones are provided for when you die? Despite this, tens of thousands of people die in England and Wales each year without a valid will. This makes a difficult time for family and friends even harder.
When someone dies without a valid will, surviving family members can sometimes receive a nasty shock when the estate is divided according to the court’s rules. In some cases, such as when no close blood relatives can be traced, your estate can be passed to the crown (ie. the taxman). Some life events can also invalidate an existing will, for example getting married or having a child. That is why it is important to have a valid and up-to-date will.
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Why choose makeawillonline.co.uk?
* Great value, convenient will writing service
* Solicitor-designed wills
* Security and peace of mind for you and your loved ones
* Simple will writing process with clear instructions
* £1,000,000 professional liability insurance
* No hidden charges
Solicitor-designed wills for just £29.50
Our wills have been designed in partnership with an experienced solicitor and based on longstanding legal precedents. At just £29.50 for a fully legal, they are considerably cheaper than similar services offered by solicitors, which can often cost hundreds of pounds.
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Make a will online and take control of this important step in your life.
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