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Please see a range of Will-writing experts below. These services have all the necessary knowledge and legal professionalism to help you write a will. They can help you from start to finish – the basics of your Will and even have it bound for you when it is done. Depending on your circumstances you might need to get a solicitor to oversee the Will – if you are unsure, ask in advance or seek independent financial advice on how to write a will. A will is an important document that will help you organise what you want to be done with your assets and belongings when you are no longer around. They also contain and specific wishes you may have. If you have people who are dependent on you or you want to make sure you leave something to someone in particular then a will is really important. Make sure you check what (if any) fees or charges may be involved, so that you know you are getting value for money. Use the chart to compare different will services.

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PROVIDERTYPE

TYPE

Type of Will required

NAME

NAME

Name of Will

COST

COST

Cost of Will

MAX ASSET VALUE

MAX ASSET VALUE

Maximum amount dispersed contained in Will

APPLICATION METHODS

APPLICATION METHODS

Different methods of application

CONDITIONS

CONDITIONS

Conditions of will

SUITABLE

SUITABLE

Applicants suitable for wills

TERMS

TERMS

Terms of the will

RESTRICTIONS

RESTRICTIONS

Restrictions regarding applicants

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Wills.org.uk
Wills.org.uk

Joint, Mirror and SingleSingle and Joint WillFrom £29Ask on applicationOnlineConditions

Conditions

See website for details

Suitable For

Suitable For

The easy way to make a fully legal Will.

Terms and Conditions

Terms

See website for details.

Restrictions

Restrictions

See website for details

Wills.org.uk
Wills.org.uk try to make how to write a will as fast and easy as possible and still provide you with a quality product that will give you peace of mind. As soon as you have completed your will, it will be printed and bound and returned to you via Royal Mail 1st class along with signing instructions. Wills.org.uk is a leading wills online company. If you are writing a will and have any questions it could well be worth seeking independent legal advice so that you can rest assured that everything will be handled accordingly when you are gone. DETAIL INFORMATION >>Services

Services

When you receive your Wills you will be impressed with the high quality of preparation and finish which means you can relax knowing that you've had your Will written by one of the UK's top Will Writing organisations


Advantages

Advantages

1. 48 hour express service.
2. Fully qualified UK staff.
3. Single and Joint Wills.
4. Secure Payments.
5. All Wills are covered with a £2.5million Professional Indemnity Insurance.
6. All Wills are checked by hand (this is not an automated service)
7. All Wills are sent within 48hrs using Royal Mail Recorded Delivery.


Disadvantages

Disadvantages

1. This website is only for use by anyone who has assets in England or Wales.

TenMinuteWill.co.uk
TenMinuteWill.co.uk

Joint, Mirror and SingleSingle and Pair of WillsFrom £29.95Ask on applicationOnlineConditions

Conditions

See website for deails

Suitable For

Suitable For

100% legal document containing clauses with decades of legal precedence

Terms and Conditions

Terms

See website for terms and conditions

Restrictions

Restrictions

Valid for English and Welsh Law

TenMinuteWill.co.uk
Ten Minute Will provide you with a 100% legal document containing clauses with decades of legal precedence. Every document purchased is checked by a qualified profession and you can try to “write a will before you buy” without even having to send them any information. If you are writing a will and have any questions it could well be worth seeking independent legal advice so that you can rest assured that everything will be handled accordingly when you are gone. Always read the terms and conditions carefully. DETAIL INFORMATION >>Services

Services

Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney Online


Advantages

Advantages

1. Simple multiple-choice questionnaire
2. TRY FOR FREE and a Money-back Guarantee
3. A Fixed Price (from £29.95) & FREE RE-WRITES
4. Members of the Society of Willwriters 
5. Every Document PROFESSIONALLY CHECKED
6. No Waiting or Phone Calls
7. Tens of Thousands of satisfied Customers
8. Security and Peace of Mind


Disadvantages

Disadvantages

1. Available in England and Wales.

Internetwill.co.uk
Internetwill.co.uk

Will writing serviceWill writing systemVariesVariesOnlineConditions

Conditions

When you have printed out your Will you need to get it signed, dated and witnessed by two people who are not beneficiaries in your Will. This process is known as ‘Attestation’. Once you have done this, your Will should be legal.

Suitable For

Suitable For

Those that wish to make a fully legal will.

Terms and Conditions

Terms

You will require a witness to see you sign your will.

Restrictions

Restrictions

The witnesses must: 

be over 18 years of age
not be or married to, or related to any beneficiaries
must not be blind (so they can see you sign your Will)

Internetwill.co.uk
Internetwill.co.uk is run by a UK based company that has been involved in the online Will writing industry since 2006. Their Will writing services are covered with £2 Million professional indemnity insurance for your peace of mind, and if your genuinely not happy with their product, then they will offer you a full refund. DETAIL INFORMATION >>Services

Services

Online will writing service


Advantages

Advantages

1. Affordable, easy to use online service to create a fully legal will.
2. Covered with £2 million professional indemnity insurance for your peace of mind.
3. ONLINE WILL FORM - Our core product allows a user to make a Will online ready for instant download.
4. GIFT CARD - We are pleased to offer the only service of its kind in the Will writing industry – the Single Will Gift Card.
5. WILL WRITING SOFTWARE - We can provide bespoke will writing solutions for you website. 


Disadvantages

Disadvantages

1. This is an online service only so should you wish to see a consultant face to face this is probably not the right service for you.

If you wish to speak to someone: Contact Us or Enquiry Line: +44 (0) 207 386 5300

Compare Wills

How Can I Make a Will?

A will is an official and legally binding document, and so it is wise to get professional help to write it. You can seek a local solicitor to help you, or seek an independent Will-writing service. There are plenty of companies who offer a full professional service on the internet. They offer advice, assistance and a straightforward user-friendly way to go about writing a Will. They generally charge a set fee for making and binding your Will ad well as storage of the Will at the National Probate Office. Depending on your situation, you might need to call on a solicitor to oversee the Will. Generally it is worth seeking independent advice to find a service which is good value and fully professional. Some banks (like Barclays) also offer a Will-writing service.

Why write a will?

Many people in the UK put avoid writing Wills because they do not want to face the future. When one thinks of a will, one thinks of the unhappy fact of death, yet the sooner you plan your future the better. Accidents can unfortunately happen and even though you probably don't plan to die for a long time it is best to get your will in place. Many people assume that if they die, their estate will fall into the hands of their loved ones (or next of kin). However, this is not necessarily the case, if you do not have will in place the responsibility of what may happen to the estate can fall to the government.

If you have not made a will but you have children your spouse or legal partner can only receive up to £250,000 from your personal possessions while the rest is divided into two – one half goes directly to your children while the rest gets put into a trust from which your spouse or legal partner can draw interest payments.

If you do not have children your spouse or legal partner can receive up to a maximum of £450,000 and the rest is again divided into two – one half given to your parents (if they are still alive) or to your siblings/their children.

A will provides organisation at the worst of times

By writing a Will, you can remove unnecessary distress to your spouse, partner or other loved ones. You can decide what happens to your money and estate, who gets what, and you will arrange for executors who can carry out administration. This means your loved ones don't have to deal with the hassle of grant letters and frozen bank accounts.

Who can be Executor?

You can choose someone you know well like a family member to be your executors. You must have at least one executor but you can also have up to four executors if necessary. Many people choose to have a professional executor, who can deal with the often complex nature of dealing with a person's estate after they die. Many Will-writing services offer a professional executor service, or you can nominate a local solicitor to do this for you. You will also need witnesses to sign the will to make it official.

What about debts I have after I die?

After your death, your debts must be settled. What is left of your estate after debts have been settled and the people you have named have been bestowed those items you designated, is known as the residue. The residue could be furniture or other property which hasn't been mentioned in the Will.

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