How Should a Will be Written?

To be legal, a Will must be hand written or in typed form. The will maker and witnesses must use the same blue or black pen when executing the Will as this reduces any suspicion when it is processed through probate. The use of pencil is not allowed. A typed Will is preferred rather than a hand written one as this avoids any confusion or ambiguities. provides the very easy option of entering all your information directly into the will form.

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    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.
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