Making your own Will


Unless you are into fancy tricks to lock your assets away from your children (or the tax man), you don’t need to pay a lawyer to reinvent the wheel. You can do what most lawyers themselves do – start with a standard template and plug your details into it. Our Will Kit gives you the template and explains how to use it, in only 6 simple steps:

  • Identify yourself as the Willmaker
  • Revoke any former Wills
  • Choose your Executor (you get the benefit of our Probate experience here, because we have seen plenty of lawyer-drafted Wills that caused unnecessary problems for people)
  • Deal with Debts
  • Say who gets what
  • Sign it. (Here too you get the benefit of our Probate experience – we give you tips to help avoid inconvenience for your Executor).
  • Legal Will

  • Solicitor Checked Will

    Consider A Solicitor Drafted Will if any of these apply to you:
    • I am a director of a company or trust
    • I am in a business partnership
    • I have been divorced
    • I have children from a previous marriage
    • I have someone who could make a claim on my estate
    If so CLICK HERE to provide your contact details & we can direct you to a reputable solicitor in your area to discuss a tailored Will to suit your circumstances.
  • Power of Attorney

  • Legal Will & Power of Attorney Combo

  • Legal Will Storage