How to Choose an Online Will Writing Service You Can Trust
You can find pages of online Will writing services on the Internet at the click of your mouse. Some work completely online, some via phone and post and others offer a more personal service with will writing consultants or advisers who will visit you at home.
Which method you choose depends upon your personal preference and how much your are expecting and willing to pay to make a Will. One thing you need to remember when selecting a Will writing service is what credentials and level of expertise are you buying.
Anyone can call themselves a Will Writer and start a will writing service, you can even do it yourself with a simple form from a stationery shop. But only a properly trained professional Will writing service can ensure that your Will is correctly drafted. Do it yourself or badly made Wills can be just as bad (and sometimes worse!) than making no Will at all.
So here’s some our top tips for getting it right first time…
Tips for Choosing an Online Will Writing Service
Check if they have a free ‘try before you buy’ option or a money-back guarantee.
Investigate their experience, how long have they been in the Will writing business?
Check what indemnity insurance they have should they get it wrong and is it adequate.
The majority of online will writing services simply write your will based on your personal details and cost between £30 – £100, but generally don’t offer any legal advice. Their service is based upon standard legal phrases that have been tested by legal precedent. For more complex affairs some solicitors offer online will writing with limited legal advice from around £70.
Popular Online Will Writers to Consider
A few of the most popular will writing services are listed below for your convenience. However, this is not a complete review of all such services available and does not constitute a recommendation or legal advice. Use common sense and bear in mind the points above.
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