Make a Will with someone else who has similar wishes to yours
Single Will from £150
Make Will just for you, whether or not you’re in a relationship
A Single Will is for one person. You can make a Single Will whether you have a partner or not.
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 award winning Will writing advisors can discuss your wishes, offer guidance and help you to make a Will that’s right for you and your circumstances.
How much does a single Will cost?
A Single Will costs from £150 (including VAT) and includes a telephone appointment with a professional Will writer to discuss your wishes and answer your questions. Once we have provided you with a written quote for the agreed work, that price will not change.
All wills are stored free of charge for your lifetime.
What does a single Will do?
A Single Will allows you to:
- name the people or charities who you want to leave your things to when you die
- decide how you want to split your things amongst them
- name who you would want to look after any children you have who are under 18
- choose who you would want to protect any inheritance you leave to any children you have who are under 18
- give details about specific items you want to pass on
- decide who you want to sort out your Will after your death
Start your Will online
Get started with our online Wills service and you'll get a follow up call to answer any queries and finalise your Will.
Additional Will writing services
Mirror Wills - make a Will with someone else
If you and another person, such as a partner, want the same people or charities to benefit from your Wills, in the same way, it can be cheaper to make 2 Wills together which are called mirror wills.
A Trust is a legal structure which can be included as part of your Will and can offer increased asset protection for your loved ones. We offer the following types of Trust Wills to assist in different circumstances:
- property trust Wills
- life interest trust Wills
- discretionary trust Wills
For complete information see trust Wills.
Lasting power of attorney
A Lasting Power of Attorney is a legal document that allows you to appoint one or more people to make decisions on your behalf during your lifetime, should you ever became unable to do so yourself; during your lifetime.
Two types of Lasting Power of Attorney are available in England and Wales. For complete details see lasting power of attorney.