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Discounted will writing service

Making your will is simple with our online will writing service


The Covid-19 outbreak has driven many of us to think more about putting our affairs in order.

Making a Will is one of the most important steps for long term planning.

How to make a will online with Wills.Services
1. Register with Wills.Services to create your own personal account for free.
2. Answer simple questions about your requests and wishes. This usually takes between 10-15 minutes and there will be useful tips and explanations along the way to help you.
3. Securely submit your online will. Our team of legal professionals will then check it to make sure it is legally binding and doesn’t have any legal errors.
4. If changes are required, we will get in touch with you via our support system or email.
5. Once everything in your will has been approved, we will send you your will via post to sign it alongside two witnesses.

If you ever need to update your will due to changes in your life, you can do so by logging into your account with Wills.Services.

Why write a will online with Wills.Services?
All documents checked by qualified professionals
Save £££’s on solicitors fees – No hidden costs
Easy to follow steps and helpful guidance
An affordable and convenient option
Advisors on hand to help you complete your will
Only pay when you complete
Update your will at anytime

You never know what’s around the corner in life, which is why having plans in place to secure your estate and protect your family against financial instability during probate is a must.

With an accurate and up-to-date will from Wills Services, you can be sure that your estate – including your properties, businesses, and all other assets – is inherited by the right people during probate and is in line with your final wishes when you are no longer around.

If there isn’t a Will in place before you pass away (dying in ‘intestate’), you can’t get a Grant of Probate. You can still administer the estate and distribute inheritance but it can make for a complicated and expensive process. Without a will deciding how to pass on the assets, inheritance is shared according to the rules of intestacy. This means that only spouses, civil partners, children, and other close relatives are able to inherit.

Approved and trusted – You’re in safe hands

Wills Services is the approved and trusted will writing service to the UK’s largest Trade Union – Unite the Union.

Experienced and efficient‎‎ online will writing, probate and LPA services

Our services, tailored to suit each individual and family circumstance, will help provide you with invaluable peace of mind in knowing that your estate and your family will be protected in the event of your death. We can help you:

  • Make a will online
  • Arrange a lasting power of attorney
  • Advise of any further information required for your will and circumstance
  • Set up a trust
  • Appoint guardians
  • Choose executors
  • Store your will securely
  • Update your will
  • Learn about Free Wills Month 2022

We always strive to deliver our bespoke probate services in the most professional and hassle-free way possible, and you can guarantee that your best interests will remain our sole priority throughout the whole process.

To start writing your will today, simply click the button below, complete our simple steps to detail your information and we’ll be in touch at a time that’s convenient for you.

* A basic will may not be suitable for you, once you have completed the questionnaire we will assess your case and if your circumstances require a more complex will, we shall set out the reasons why and the costs clearly for you to decide. All prices are exclusive of VAT and for a limited time offer, normal price £39.99 +VAT (single) and £59.99 +VAT (mirror) .

Will Writing Services

Making a will is one of the most important things that you can do to ensure that your family is taken care of when you are no longer here. Drafting a will isn’t something to look forward to, but with a professional will writing service, you’re guaranteed a calm and simple experience.

With this in mind, we have partnered with Jones Whyte Solicitors to provide a will preparation service (and they will also donate to our charity for every will they prepare).

​Why do I need a will?

Every adult should have a will – without one, the law decides who inherits your property, money, and possessions. It also takes much longer and costs a lot more to finalise what happens with your estate.

By investing in will writing services, you’re able to make the final decision on how your valuables are spread out between friends, family, and charities you support.

If you and your partner are unmarried, they won’t have the right to inherit. Having a will gives you the chance to split up your money and possessions to make sure they’re protected after you pass.

Why should I do it now?

With will writing, it’s better you start planning sooner rather than later. Sadly, none of us know what is around the corner, and if you leave it until you need it, it will be too late.

We can help you get started drafting your will in a quick and fuss-free way, so you have the peace of mind that everything is taken care of in the event of your death.

Why should I use Jones Whyte Solicitors to help me with will writing?

  • It’s an easy process with advice from professionals who will guide you through the will-writing in a friendly and sensitive way
  • Their “Estate Planning Wills” ensure that your estate finishes up where you want it, unlike a standard will which only states who is to benefit when you die
  • Competitive will writing costs – they will prepare your will for just £250 for a single client or £340 for a couple
  • Everything is up to date in terms of legality and they’ll be able to give you a better understanding of what you can and cannot do. They also have professional liability insurance in place so you’re covered if something goes wrong.
  • You’ll receive dedicated advice and support throughout the process and sensitive and personal experience catered to your needs, and your possessions

Drafting a will

We understand drafting a will is something a lot of people put off as it isn’t the nicest thing to think about, but it’s important for you and your family’s future.

How do you get started?

Here are a few key steps to remember when drafting a will:

  1. Designate an executor

This is a person who will manage and distribute your estate. Choosing a loved one is a common option, but you can also use your financial advisor or solicitor to be your executor.

You want someone who you can trust and rely on in the event of your passing. Your executor must also be willing to hold the responsibility of managing your home, money, and possessions. This can be a daunting task, so you want someone who can stay calm and organised.

  1. Split up your estate

Make a list of everyone important to you and take some time to decide who will inherit what. It’s completely your choice, but for larger items like property, vehicles, and savings, it may be useful to enlist the assistance of a solicitor for some expert advice.

Jones Whyte Solicitors will talk you through the whole process, to make it as simple as possible.

  1. Store your will in a safe place

Keep your will in a secure place (somewhere where you’ll remember) and let your executor know its location.

It’s a good idea to review your will every few years – especially in the event of a divorce, birth, or death – to make sure all information is accurate and up to date.

How much does will writing cost?

Writing a will is a difficult thing to get started on. You’ll want to use a trusted provider, but you also don’t want to spend too much money or get tied down to complicated contracts.

There are a few different ways you can go about writing a will, one of these is using a solicitor to help with organising how your estate will be distributed.

Jones Whyte Solicitors promise affordable prices, a discounted offer for couples and no monthly costs or contracts you can’t get out of. In terms of the will writing cost, it will be £250 for solo clients, but if you go to them as a couple, it will cost £340, saving you £160.

Book a will writing appointment today

With our will writing service, you can plan for your and your family’s future and support the valuable work of our charity.

If you require more information on how we can help with will writing, call 0151 330 5678 to speak directly to one of our experts and book an appointment today.

Email any of your questions to [email protected] or fill out our online enquiry form for a speedy reply from one of our team.

Discounted will writing services

If you are keen to make a gift in your will to help people affected severely by mental illness but want to know more about the three offers below then call Daniel Walshe, Legacy Fundraising Manager, on 020 7840 3032 or email [email protected]

Which of these offers best suits your needs?

A free will, written by a local solicitor

We have links with a network of solicitors across the country who specialise in writing wills. If you are eligible, you are matched with six local solicitors. You then decide whether you proceed with one of them to write your will for free. Please contact Daniel Walshe, our Legacy Fundraising Manager, to find out more.

Write your will from home. or anywhere else

We’ve partnered with Farewill to provide all our supporters with a free will (RRP £90). All you need to do is follow four simple steps online and enter the code Rethink1. During this process, you can also access live support from Farewill’s will specialists in the comfort of your own home.

Are you a fan of the Co-Op? Then get a discount on your will

The Co-operative Legal Services is offering to write a basic single will at a 20% discount, which means you will pay £99 +VAT, which is a saving of £30 per single will. To contact a will specialist at The Co-operative Legal Services, please call 0844 252 9965 and quote RACWILLS01.

Next steps

Because of those we’ve lost. Because of those we’ve saved. It’s down to us. If we don’t, who will? Call Daniel now on 020 7840 3032 or download this essential guide immediately.

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