Online Wills centre

Convenient online Wills drafted by legal professionals, and legal advice

Why a MyLawyer Will?

MyLawyer's service allows you to create a Will online. A Will is a very important legal document. It is the only way to ensure that your loved ones will inherit from you exactly in accordance with your wishes. Without a Will, the State decides how your estate is distributed. At MyLawyer we understand this, so we've made getting a Will as convenient and simple as possible with our Online Wills centre. And, as always, there are legal experts here to help you every step of the way.

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See how we helped Jasmin & Nicolas

"Now that we have made our Will we feel much more secure and reassured. And at the end of the day it was a very easy process for us."

Jasmin & Nicolas F, London

Useful information

How do I change my Will (England, Wales & NI)?

If you need to make minor changes or additions to your Will you can use a document known as a 'codicil'.

Making an online Will

Making a Will online with MyLawyer is easy. All that's required is for you to complete an online questionnaire which drafts your Will as you answer the questions.

What happens if I die without a Will (England, Wales & NI)?

If you die without having made a Will (known as 'dying intestate') the State will decide what happens to all your assets (your property, belongings and money) in accordance with what are known as 'intestacy rules'.

What is a Codicil?

A 'codicil' lets you make amendments to your existing Will without the need to completely rewrite the original document.

What is a Living Will?

A Living Will is a document which lets you specify in advance what medical treatment or care you would or would not like to receive in the event that you become ill and unable to make decisions or communicate your wishes – suffer a stroke or develop dementia, for example.

What is a Will?

A Will is an important legal document in which you set out what you would like to happen to your assets (property, belongings and money) when you die.

What is Probate?

Probate is the legal process of administering a deceased person's 'estate' – the property, possessions, money, for example, that they leave behind.

Why should I make a Will?

Making a Will is important as it will ensure that when you die there are clear instructions about what should be done with all your assets (money, property and belongings, for example) and in particular how you want them to be distributed amongst your family and/or friends.

How do I change my Will (Scotland)?

An explanation of how to change your Will, the documents that are required and the processes that you will have to go through.

What happens if I die without a Will (Scotland)?

A description of the situation that will occur in the majority of cases should you die without a Will in place (also known as dying intestate).

Find the right Will

Use our Will advisor to find the right Will for you.

MyLawyer lets you:

  • Start your Will online or by phone, whichever suits you
  • Speak to our team of legal professionals for advice over the phone if you need to
  • Be reassured that your Will is approved by our team
  • Know upfront how much you'll need to pay

We're here to help

Your document will be reviewed by our legal experts, and you can call us at any time

How MyLawyer works

  1. Fill in an questionnaire online Answer the straightforward questions at your convenience
  2. Submit to a team of legal professionals Our team will advise you and approve your document
  3. Print and sign your document Once approved, simply print and sign your document

Did you know?

According to a 2010 study by the Guardian, more than 20 million UK adults are living without a will in place. This "Wills apathy" affects 90 percent of under-35s and two thirds of those aged between 35 and 54, meaning a majority of young and middle aged adults have no provision in place for delegation of their finances in the event of their death. With the MyLawyer Online Will Centre, the process is easier and more affordable than ever, so protect the interests of your loved ones today and make a will online.

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