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There seems to be a proliferation of new websites offering free wills. Bear in mind that all of them have a catch. Usually its as simple as the free will not really being good enough i.e it is over simplified or it is not checked by a solicitor as being valid.

Making a Will yourself is not difficult to do but can be fraught with danger and is definitely not recommended. Just one small mistake may undo all the good intentions you had when you decided to Make a Will in the first place.

We would recommend that you use a solicitor checked Online Will Writing Service such as TenminuteWill.co.uk. You can Write a Will Online here from as little as £24.98 - a tiny price to pay to ensure you get it right.

If you try to go the "free" route you will save a £24.98 (or £29.99 for a single will) but may create unknown costs to your beneficiaries and at worst render your will invalid leaving your estate at the mercy of the government.

Making a Will Online with TenminuteWill.co.uk takes ten minutes of your time. You can even save your work and return later. In addition they have a FREE TRIAL and money back guarantee.

TenMinuteWill offers

  • FREE TRIAL and Money Back Guarantee (nothing to lose trying it!)
  • The only Online Will writer to give FREE updates for life!
  • Solicitor checked Wills 
  • Single Wills £29.95 
  • Joint/Mirror Wills £49.95 
  • Discretionary Trust Wills 
  • Print off Immediately 
  • NO hidden or extra charges for additions or changes. (some cheaper online providers will charge you extra for these). 
  • Enduring Power of Attorney (if required)
  • WITHOUT DOUBT the best of the Online Will Providers.

 

If, for some reason you are unsure about making a Will Online (and it really is EASY and secure), you can request a call (without obligation) from a fully qualified Will Writer who will help you make your will in the comfort of your own home by clicking here

Whichever option you choose, before you start - why not have a FREE Guide to Making a Will  emailed to you first?