Will writing made easy
Your last will and testament may be the most important legal document you ever sign. When the time comes to make a will, you need to be sure you are in safe hands. With makeawillonline.co.uk, you can rest assured that you will receive a quality legal document ready to be signed and printed. We offer one of the UK’s most popular online will writing services and have a long list of satisfied customers.
Make a fully legal will for just £29.50 or a pair of wills for £39.50.
Who is the service for?
If you live in England or Wales and do not own property abroad, our will writing service is designed for you. Online wills like ours are best suited to people with uncomplicated wishes who simply wish to ensure that their possessions go to the people who matter.
If you have a larger estate that is liable to incur significant amounts of inheritance tax, you should consider visiting an estate planning practitioner or solicitor who may be able to reduce the taxes payable on your estate.
About Make a Will Online’s will writing service
Makeawillonline.co.uk’s will writing software has been developed in partnership with an experienced solicitor and helps normal people to write a fully legal last will and testament. The documents conform to longstanding legal precedents.
At the start of the process, you enter your name, address and the email address you want us to send the completed will to, ready for signing. We do not share this information with anyone else and will not use it for marketing.
When you enter your email address, we will send you an email with a link that lets you log in and continue making your will, if you don’t finish it first time round. If you don’t find this email in your inbox, be sure to check your junk email folder.
Once you have entered your contact details, you will be taken through our easy to follow online questionnaire, which asks you how you would like to distribute your money and belongings. Be sure to have the name and full address of anyone you intend to mention in the will. It is important to be specific with addresses to remove any confusion, for example if two people in your family had the same name.
The five areas of the questionnaire:
Executors – the people you would like to execute your will and take charge of distributing your estate after your death.
Guardians – if you have any children under 18 you can appoint guardians in your will
Residuaries – this part of the will determines how the bulk of your estate is divided
Gifts – if you wish to specify any particular gifts to individuals, these will be given before the residuary is divided
Funerary wishes – do you have any specific wishes regarding your funeral, for example burial or cremation?
Once you have answered the questions, you will be taken to a summary screen, where you can review all of the information you have entered up to that point and make any necessary changes. Here, you will also have the chance to add a second will for just £10 extra.
We accept all major UK credit and debit cards as well as PayPal. The payment will be managed securely by PayPal.
We offer a money back guarantee in case you are not completely satisfied with your last will and testament.
Confirmation and checking
Once we have received your payment, your will is sent to the email address you provided at the start of the will writing process. The document is sent with a comprehensive instruction manual with details of how to secure, sign, witness and store the document.
Shortly after being sent, a member of our expert will writing team checks the document and will contact you via email in case of any questions or issues.
Free changes for 30 days
If you need to make any changes to your will, you can log in using a link that we provide in your welcome email. You can make up to 3 sets of changes free of charge within 30 days of making payment.
Make a will online and save your loved ones extra stress at a difficult time. It means that your wishes will be respected and the people that matter to you will be provided for.
For just £29.50 and twenty minutes of your time, you can have peace of mind.
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