FAQs

All your questions answered

Thinking about setting up a will but not sure how it works? The FAQs below should help to answer any questions that you may have about the will writing process and how it works. 

Can’t find the answers to your questions? Get in touch and we’ll be happy to help.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a will?

A will is simply a legal document that allows you to state you would like to benefit from your assets - property, possessions, and money - after you’ve passed away. A will can also be used to state who you would like to look after your children or take care of your pets should something happen to you.

Do I need a will?

Everyone needs a will; however, 54% of the UK population does not have a will in place. If something happens to you and you don’t have a will in place, you will have no say over what happens to your assets, your children, or your pets.

Am I too young to make a will?

For many young adults, making a will may seem unnecessary; however, putting a will in place is a step that everyone should take. In a very short space of time, you can go from being a young person with no assets to someone who owns their own home, has a family, and has a growing savings account. Many young adults fail to think about protecting theirs’ and their family’s future - don’t be one of them, make a will and protect your loved ones.

What are executors of a will?

Executors of your Will are people that you name within the legal document to carry out your wishes after you die. They will be responsible for dealing with your affairs after you have passed away, such as notifying people of your death, organising your funeral, and distributing your estate to your chosen beneficiaries.

Where do I keep my will documents?

Once your Will has been written for just £3 per month, we will securely store it for you and provide you with the opportunity to make unlimited updates to your Will, as and when you need to.

Can a will executor also be a beneficiary?

Yes, an executor of your Will is also able to be a beneficiary of your Will. Often, a partner, sibling, parent, or friend is chosen as an executor.

Have a different question?

Start your Will today or get in touch to learn more about the services that we offer

Make a single Will for only £85 or a mirror Will for £125.