Make your Will online

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Make a Will in three easy steps

Answer just a few simple questions

Our online form makes it easy to make your Will in just a few simple steps. We have tried to make it as easy and as jargon free as possible.

We will check your document

Once you have completed your online form, we will check and prepare your documents for signature.

We will send your documents

Once we are happy your Will is legal, we will print and bind it and send it for signature and witnessing with full instructions on whats needed.

Storage services

We also have a storage and amendment services. You pay a small annual fee, we will store your documents and you can amend them as often as needed.

We guarantee your privacy

Writing a will is a very private matter, so we’ve made it possible to make one from the privacy of your own home. And because of our world-class security systems, you can rest assured that the content of your will is completely secure and confidential.

Telephone Wills

If you don’t feel confident writing a will online, one of our specialists would be happy to make your will over the phone. We can then get it printed, bound and sent out to you in the post. Book a free callback to get started.

Can I make my own Will?

Anyone can make a Will, although there can be several potential pitfalls in doing so. Only use a DIY Will if your wishes are vary simple and your financial situation isn’t complicated, but if you get anything wrong you could be stirring up trouble for your family and friends when it comes to sorting out your finances after you’ve died.

How do I make a Will?

There are several options available for making a Will, you can write your own, you can use a Will form from most stationers, or you can consult an expert. However, you must be at least 18 years old and of sound mind (although there are special provisions for younger people serving in the armed forces).

If your Estate is at all complicated, for example- property abroad, a business, if have people who are financially dependent on you other than your immediate family, foreign investments or bank accounts or if there may be an Inheritance Tax issue then it may be best to use our services at MGC Legal Solutions or a similar professional.

What should be in my Will?

When drawing up your Will, you should consider the following questions:

Beneficiaries are the people or Charities whom you will give all or part of your Estate?

An Executor is the person(s) of Trustee Company who will make sure that your instructions stated in the Will are carried out?

Who will look after your children? You will need to appoint a guardian for any children under 18 years of age.