Having a will in place helps to safeguard the interests of your loved ones should something happen to you.
While it can seem like a daunting process, making a will doesn’t need to be complicated. At Thompsons, our user-friendly, online will writing service is a simple way of making a will.
Why should you make a will?
Creating a will enables you to make important decisions that affect your loved ones after your death including decisions about:
- Who will inherit what you leave behind?
- Who will act as guardian(s) to your children or dependants?
- Who will carry out your wishes?
- Which charities, if any, are to benefit from your estate?
Enlisting the help of experience will writing solicitors can help make the whole process a lot more straightforward.
Who can use the will writing service?
Our quick and easy wills questionnaire can be completed by a single person, or used to produce a joint will for partners (whether married or not, including same-sex partnerships). Our expert wills and probate solicitors can also use the system to draft a will based on the information you provide. However, if you do need to speak to someone, our team of wills solicitors are available to talk you through the process of making a will online.
How much does it cost to make a will?
At Thompsons, our solicitors’ fees for making a will range from £150 inclusive of VAT for a single will and £240 inclusive of VAT for a joint will. If you’re a trade union member, you may have access to a will writing service as part of your union legal scheme. Please contact your union for further details.
Thompsons’ will writing service is provided by BBH Legal Services Limited, a subsidiary law firm wholly owned by Thompsons. BBH Legal Services Limited’s team of will writing solicitors can also help with drafting Powers of Attorney, Trusts, Administration of Probate Estates and other services.
Make a will today
To learn more about this service, and how we can support you in making an application for a single or joint will, visit the BBH Legal Services Wills and Probate page.