Planning and Making a Will

Take care to give thought to exactly what you'd want your Will to contain before you start to draft it on our system. You might like to download our FREE guide here before you begin


Your Single Will

Create your own will in just 5 minutes with our simple online tool!

Every Will is checked by our expert Will Team to ensure that everything makes sense, and should we find any aspect that is less than clear, we'll contact you via email to discuss.


Superior Will Upgrade

Upgrade your Will for an extra £15. With the Superior Will we'll print your Will on high quality paper. Then, to protect your Will against getting accidentally damaged, we'll bind it with an acetate front cover and card rear cover. Your Will will be securely bound together with tamper-proof rivets, then posted to you via RM 1st Class post for your safe-keeping.

About a Will - A will is a legal document that outlines how a person's assets will be distributed after they pass away. It is an essential document that ensures your wishes are carried out and that your loved ones are taken care of according to your desires. Without a will, the distribution of your assets will be determined by the Laws of Intestacy which may not align with your wishes. A will also allows you to name guardians for your children, and make special provisions for specific individuals, such as providing for your loved ones.

Additionally, having a will in place can help minimise the potential for disputes and legal challenges among your heirs, making the probate process smoother and less stressful for your loved ones.

In short, having a will is an important step in securing your future and protecting your loved ones.


Planning a Will - Planning your will is an essential step in ensuring that your wishes are carried out and that your loved ones are taken care of according to your wishes when you pass. Planning carefully helps you ensure that you haven't missed anybody or anything that you wish to include.

When you plan your Will, your first consideration should be as to who you would want to act as your Executor or Executors and Guardians if you have children under the age of 18. You also need to consider who you would want to inherit in the event of your death and if you wanted to mmake any specific gifts.

When you are ready to proceed - Just click here to complete our simple user-friendly online Will questionnaire.

Step 1 Getting Started - It's all very simple and there's no setting up an account or registration process to go through.

If you need to stop and return later to your you can save the form for 14 days and you'll be provided with your own unique link to resume your questionnaire, exactly where you left off.

The Make a Will questionnaire itself has been designed to be intuitive and will intelligently lead you through the question and answer process. There are a wealth of informative features to make the creation of your Will as efficient and effortless as possible. In order to ensure your will is complete, the system ensures that you will be unable to proceed until all mandatory information in the Will questionnaire has been completed.

When you're finished - Just select the will package you would like and then make your payment via your credit/debit card.

When your payment has been made: Just click the red "Submit" button at the bottom of the online form.

Within 48 hours one of our expert Will team will review your document in order to ensure that it meets all legal requirements and accurately reflects your wishes. Should our Will Team find any aspect of any section within your Will questionnaire that needs clarification, we will endevour to contact you via email to discuss your wishes so that we can make sure that your Will is exactly as you require.

When everyone is happy with the Will: we'll either email your Will to you or print, bind and post it to you, depending on which Will package you've chosen.