Why write a will
Your will tells everyone what should happen to your money, possessions and property after you die (all of these things together are called your 'estate'). If you do not leave a will, the law decides how your estate is passed on - and this might not be in line with your wishes.
Many people find that writing a will gives them peace of mind, knowing they have chosen trusted family or friends as their executors - the people responsible for handling the paperwork and making sure your wishes are carried out.
Your will can include financial arrangements for your children if they are aged under 18 when you die, as well as appointing a guardian to look after them. A will can also provide for children who may have a health, welfare, or financial problems by ensuring their inheritance is used for their benefit - even if it doesn’t go directly to them.
You should review your will from time to time and rewrite it if your personal, property or financial circumstances change.
Why we are different
Writing a will is probably a big step in your life and it can be confusing to pick the right service. Would an online will be comprehensive enough? Would a solicitor be within my budget? How long would it take to get my will?
We tried to find the right balance and provide a hybrid solution where you get explanations and send us your choices through our easy to use online interface and get a comprehensive, high quality will written by experts committed to the highest standards. All that in 1-3 days.