Making a Will online

Stephensons are delighted to be able to offer you a quick, easy and affordable way to make a Will online. With our online facility you can rest assured that you will have a completely legally binding and professional Will.

You can get started below, just select the document best suited to your needs or alternatively please feel free to call us on 0203 837 3658 for a free, no obligation initial chat with one of our legal advisors. If you have any questions you can also email us using our contact form.

To view the full range of documents available click here: Online Wills & Probate

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Online Wills

Comprehensive Will for a married person or civil partner - £72

This Will is suitable for anyone who is married or in a civil partnership. It will allow you to make as many gifts of money or specific items as you like. You will be able to leave the remainder of your estate after making gifts (i.e. the residuary estate) to as many persons you would like, either in equal shares or in varying percentages. You can also vary Comprehensive Will for a married person or civil partner you would like to leave your residuary estate, make provisions for the care of pets and appoint guardians for your children. (Those with spouses/civil partners domiciled outside the UK should note that the normal tax-free allowances do not apply, and we recommend tax advice is sought in these cases.) This Will is suitable for use in England and Wales. 

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Comprehensive Will for a married person or civil partner (pair) - £120

This Will is suitable for anyone who is married or in a civil partnership. It will allow you to make as many gifts of money or specific items as you like. You will be able to leave the remainder of your estate after making gifts (i.e. the residuary estate) to as many persons you would like, either in equal shares or in varying percentages. You can also vary how you would like to leave your residuary estate, make provisions for the care of pets and appoint guardians for your children. (Those with spouses/civil partners domiciled outside the UK should note that the normal tax-free allowances do not apply, and we recommend tax advice is sought in these cases.) This Will is suitable for use in England and Wales.

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Comprehensive Will for an unmarried person - £72

This Will is designed for someone who is not married or in a civil partnership, whether or not they have a partner and whether or not they have any children. It will allow you to make as many gifts of money or specific items you would like. You will be able to leave the remainder of your estate after making gifts (i.e. the residuary estate) to as many persons you would like, either in equal shares or in varying percentages. You can also vary how you would like to leave your residuary estate, make provisions for the care of pets and appoint guardians for your children. This Will is suitable for use in England & Wales.

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Comprehensive Will for a unmarried person (pair) - £120

This Will is designed for someone who is not married or in a civil partnership, whether or not they have a partner and whether or not they have any children. It will allow you to make as many gifts of money or specific items you would like. You will be able to leave the remainder of your estate after making gifts (i.e. the residuary estate) to as many persons you would like, either in equal shares or in varying percentages. You can also vary how you would like to leave your residuary estate, make provisions for the care of pets and appoint guardians for your children. This Will is suitable for use in England and Wales.

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Discretionary Trust Will for married person or civil partner - £230

This Will is suitable for a person who is married or in a civil partnership and wishes to create a discretionary trust for one of the following reasons:

1. To try and avoid a local authority using a share in the home to cover the cost of long term medical or nursing care for the surviving spouse/civil partner

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2. To ensure that gifts intended for children/grandchildren from a former relationship are received by them, without the danger of the surviving spouse/civil partner reducing the amount that goes to them.

In addition, the document will allow you to make as many gifts of money and specific items you would like. You will be able to leave the remainder of your estate after making gifts (i.e. the residuary estate) to as many persons you would like, either in equal shares or in varying percentages. You can also vary how you would like to leave your residuary estate, make provisions for the care of pets and appoint guardians for your children. (Those with spouses/civil partners domiciled outside the UK should note the normal tax-free allowances do not apply, and we recommend tax advice is sought in these cases.)

Please note that in order to use this document, your marital home must be worth more than £50,000 after deduction of any mortgage, or your mortgage will be repaid on death by a policy of insurance.

This document is only for use in England and Wales.

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Discretionary Trust Will for married person or civil partner (pair) - £280

This Will is suitable for a person who is married or in a civil partnership and wishes to create a discretionary trust for one of the following reasons:

1. To try and avoid a local authority using a share in the home to cover the cost of long term medical or nursing care for the surviving spouse/civil partner

or

2. To ensure that gifts intended for children/grandchildren from a former relationship are received by them, without the danger of the surviving spouse/civil partner reducing the amount that goes to them.

In addition, the document will allow you to make as many gifts of money and specific items you would like. You will be able to leave the remainder of your estate after making gifts (i.e. the residuary estate) to as many persons you would like, either in equal shares or in varying percentages. You can also vary how you would like to leave your residuary estate, make provisions for the care of pets and appoint guardians for your children. (Those with spouses/civil partners domiciled outside the UK should note the normal tax-free allowances do not apply, and we recommend tax advice is sought in these cases.)

Please note that in order to use this document, your marital home must be worth more than £50,000 after deduction of any mortgage, or your mortgage will be repaid on death by a policy of insurance.

This document is only for use in England and Wales.

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Letter of wishes

A letter of wishes is an informal letter addressed to your executors which expresses what you would like to happen following your death. Unlike your Will, the letter of wishes does not become a publicly available document on death. It can be used to assist or guide your executors on pretty much anything you wish. It does not interfere with or restrict the discretion of the executors in any way.

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    Are you thinking about making a Will? This brief guide highlights the importance of making a Will as well as covering what happens if you don't have a Will and the risks associated with making a homemade Will.
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