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We make Will writing easy and offer fixed cost Will writing services including free, secure storage.

For initial advice call our Will writers on 03306069591 or contact us online and we will help you.

Co-op Legal Services has been named National Will Writing Firm of the Year 2018. As part of the Co-op Group, our values of openness, honesty, social responsibility and caring for others are core to the service we provide, and our customers consistently rate the quality of our legal advice and services at 4.4 out of 5 stars. See customer testimonials for our Will writers.

"I was made to feel at ease from the very first phone call. The advisor made the whole thing seem so simple and it was." J. M.

How Much Does it Cost to Make a Will?

Our fixed fee Wills start from just £150 for a Single Will, £245 for Mirror Wills and a fixed fee Lasting Power of Attorney starts from £354. All prices are inclusive of VAT.

For all our Wills, including more complicated Wills, like Trust Wills or a Lasting Power of Attorney, we will discuss your wishes and requirements and then quote you a fixed price upfront. Once we have provided you with a written quote for the agreed work, that price will not change.

We offer a range of Will writing services to suit your needs. Choose from our telephone service, our home visit service or start your Will online.

Call our professional Will writers on 03306069591 or contact us and we'll call you.

"I was able to do this over the phone so no need to take time off work. Service was available in the evening so we were both available to take the telephone call." J. B.

What Happens If I Die Without Making a Will?

If you live in England or Wales and die without a legally valid Will the government will decide who gets what. If you have no living family members, all your property and possessions will go to the Crown. If you have children under 18 years old, other people can make decisions about who will take care of the children and manage their finances, education and living arrangements. By making a Will you can specify your wishes.

What Exactly is a Will?

A Will is a legal document that allows you to state what should happen to your assets (your money, property, investments and possessions) as well as your young children after you have passed away.

By Making a Will You Can:

  • Appoint people you trust to look after your children under 18 years (called Guardians).
  • Appoint people you trust to carry out the terms of your Will (called Executors).
  • Name the people or charities you want to benefit from your estate (called Beneficiaries).
  • Leave gifts of specific items or fixed sums of money (called Legacies).
  • Create Trusts to help preserve wealth for future generations, protect against residential care costs or help vulnerable or disabled beneficiaries.
  • State your funeral wishes.

A Will is one of the most important legal documents you will ever sign. If you die without a valid Will in England or Wales the law can decide who has responsibility for children under 18 and who receives your money, property, cars, pets and all your other belongings.

Making a Will clarifies your wishes and enables you to give your loved ones financial protection after you die. If you are a couple with similar wishes you may want to make Mirror Wills, which are essentially identical Wills, with each person leaving their assets to the same beneficiaries in each Will.

"The contact with the Will writing executive was excellent. She was calm, clear and precise with a delightful personality. Very reassuring and knowledgeable." P. S.

We Make the Will Writing Process Easy

Making a Will can be quick and easy when you receive the right guidance and especially when you have a specialist to help you complete each step from start to finish. At Co-op Legal Services our Will writing advisors can discuss your wishes, offer guidance and help you to make a Will that’s right for you and your circumstances.

There is No Such Thing as a Standard Will

There is only one You and your Will is personal to your circumstances, your wishes and your assets. When making a Will you will need to consider questions such as:

  • Who will look after your children?
  • What will happen to your home?
  • What will happen to your pets?
  • Will Inheritance Tax (IHT) be payable on your estate?

Got a question about making a Will? Our Will writers offer free initial and guidance so please feel free to call us to answer your question. Our Head of Wills, expert Will writing Solicitor, James Antoniou, answers questions about Will writing in this video called Questions to Consider when Writing a Will.

For initial advice and guidance about making a Will, call our Will writing advisors on 03306069591 or contact us online and we will help you.

Co-op Legal Services has over 600 staff working in different businesses with offices in Manchester, Bristol, Stratford-upon-Avon, Sheffield and London.

Authorised and Regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority

Will writing services in England & Wales are currently an unregulated legal activity which means that anyone can offer a Will writing service regardless of whether they are insured, experienced or qualified to make a legally valid Will.

Co-op Legal Services is a trading name for Co-operative Legal Services Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), giving you peace of mind knowing that your Will is being written and stored correctly by a legally regulated organisation and by a brand name you know and can trust.

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How to Video-Witness a Will

The Government has legalised video-witnessing of Wills in England and Wales, making it easier for people to record their wishes during the coronavirus pandemic.

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