Will Templates

Create reliable and affordable Wills using our Solicitor drafted Will Templates. You can create your own Individual Will or a set of Joint Wills online in just minutes.

Wills

Single Will

Single Will

Our standard Will template for use when creating a Will. Fully customisable to provide for a wide range of individual requirements.
£4.95
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Joint Will

Joint Will

A set of Joint Will templates suitable for creating a set of Mirror Wills for husband and wife or partners.
£4.95
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Codicil

Codicil

A Codicil for use when making changes to an existing Will.
£7.95
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DIY Wills Kit

DIY Wills Kit

Our DIY Wills Kit includes both a Will template and a Codicil template.
£24.95
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Living Will

Living Will

A Living Will for use in setting out your wishes regarding life support and associated care.
£4.95
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Revocation of Living Will

Revocation of Living Will

A template Deed of Revocation for a Living Will.
£7.95
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The Importance of Making a Will

Wills are important if you want your possessions and assets to be allocated and your estate administered, in accordance with your wishes after you die. If you do not make a Will your assets will be distributed in accordance with the laws on Intestacy. These rules set out who an individual’s assets are to pass to in the event that you die without leaving a Will. Will writing can be carried out by a Solicitor or Will writer but with the right Will template you can easily do it yourself and create your own DIY Will. There are a number of expressions used to refer to a Will, such as a Last Will and Testament, which all refer to the same legal document.

A Will can easily be updated at any time during the testator's lifetime. This can be done by making a new Will or by amending your current Will using a document that is called a Codicil. If you use a Codicil you must make sure that you attach it to all copies of your current Will as it could otherwise get overlooked or be easily misplaced. We have a template Codicil that you can use for this purpose. Once you have made a Will it is important that you make sure that a copy of the Will is left with someone you trust. After all there is little point in tucking it away in a safe place that only you know about. The nature of a Will means that unfortunately you will not be about when it is needed, so it is important to make sure that you have set down your intentions so that others can fulfill your wishes. 

Making a Will Online

Making a Will online is simple with our easy to use online Will templates. You can create your Will online with our Will templates but to be legally enforceable you must print your completed Will, make sure that you sign it and have it witnessed. Our Guide to Our Will Template sets out all the information that you will need to confidently create your own valid Last Will and Testament. Topics covered by a Will are generally limited to specific subjects such as who will manage your estate after your death, who will take care of any children, who will inherit heirlooms and charity gifts, your funeral wishes and any trusts that are to be set up. Our guide provides a full explanation of each of the clauses in our Will templates.

Creating a Will can avoid unnecessary confusion and stress for your relatives upon your death. The laws on Intestacy mentioned above can often mean that your estate is split up and administered in a way that you would not have wanted. With our affordable standard Single Will and Joint Will templates you can now create peace of mind for you and your family at a fraction of the cost of commissioning a Will from a high street Solicitor or a traditional Will writer.

For less than £10 you can use an online Will template drafted by a specialist Solicitor. You will have peace of mind in knowing that you are using a legally valid, quality template for your Will.

How to Make a Will

Making a Will is easy using either our Standard Will, which is for use by a single individual or our Joint Will template, which is for use by a married couple who wish to create identical Mirror Wills. Wills can be created by a professional Will writer who will be a member of the Society of Professional Will Writers or by a Solicitor. However, the expense of using a Solicitor or Will Writer may be more than you can afford. Our website provides you with downloadable Solicitor-created Will templates so that you can create a Will online quickly and at an affordable price.

The Will related templates listed above cover all of the legal needs you are likely to have regarding your Estate. If there is something that is not covered by one of our Will templates or associated documents, you can contact a Solicitor specialising in Will drafting through our Find a Lawyer service.

All of our Will templates are available for download in Word and PDF format. The Word template can be completed on screen for ease and printed when complete. We recommend that you save your completed template to your personal computer, so that you have a copy of your own, as well as your copy that will be stored on our website. Simply print, sign and have the Will witnessed in order to make the Will legal. The witness will attest to the information in the Will and confirm that they witnessed you sign your Will. The witness should not be anyone to whom you have left anything in your Will.