Your solicitor-checked online will in 3 easy steps
A Digital Will for Life
Updating your will
Log in and make changes to your will for 28 days for FREE or choose lifetime updates for just £10 a year.
Once you have started making a will online, you can sign in and continue at a time that suits you. You will find full guidance throughout the process, explaining all of the important legal terms relating to wills and probate.
When you have finished making your will online, you can login and make free changes to the document for 28 days. For even more peace of mind, our optional lifetime updates service (just £10 per year) allows you to keep your will up-to-date forever.Get Started
Why choose our
will writing service?
With Make A Will Online, you get the peace of mind of knowing a solicitor has checked your will. Anyone can call themselves a “will writer” or offer a “legal check”. A solicitor, on the other hand, is a qualified legal professional.
We are the only online wills provider to offer this service and have been granted an Innovation Space Waiver by the Solicitors Regulation Authority to do so. We believe that this offers you the best possible peace of mind for the best price.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- How does the will-writing process work?
- Has the Solicitors Regulation Authority approved this service?
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Before you start the will writing process you should have the name and address of anyone you intend to name in the document. Postcodes are useful too, but not essential. You will be sent a link by email in case you need to come back at a later date to complete the will.
Our wills are fully legal in England and Wales, but the situation becomes more complicated if you are resident abroad, or own property overseas.
Different countries deal with inheritance law differently and you should consult an expert on local law in the country in which you live.