Do I need a will?

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    The quick answer: yes. Every adult should make a will because it gives your close ones clarity about your wishes when needed. It also gives you peace of mind that your wishes will be respected.

    Use our quiz to check if you need a will and discover how it could help you based on your personal situation.

    You can learn more about wills below but please feel free to get in touch with us if you have any questions.

    What happens if I don't have a will?

    If you die without a proper will then your money, property and other possessions (everything you own) will be divided up by the government meaning it is highly likely they won't go to the people you want them to go to.

    It can also cause a lot of worry and even conflict for families when someone doesn't leave clear wishes in a will.

    How to know if you need a will

    What can I include in my will?

    The main purpose of a will is to define how your assets will be distributed when you die. If you have minor children it's also where you can name guardians you'd like to take care of them should anything happen to you.

    You can also leave specific gifts (property, items and money), plan donations to charities, state any funeral wishes and more.

    How to make a will

    How can I make a will?

    We offer a UK online will writing service so you can make your will with zero prior knowledge. Our interactive form guides you through the main choices you can make in plain English.

    When you've made your choices, we take care of the legal jargon, write your will and guide you through every step.

    See how it works

    What can you do with a will?

    Decide how to share your estate and who gets what
    Leave gifts, properties or sums of money
    Appoint guardians to look after any minor children
    Prevent family doubts, conflicts and stress
    Leave money for charities to make a difference
    Leave money and to take care of your pets
    State your funeral wishes or let your family decide
    Choose what happens to your digital assets
    Start your will or ask us anything today

    We're here for you whether you're ready or have any questions.