Our specialist solicitors will work with you to ensure that your Will is drawn up in accordance with your wishes. With our guidance and advice, you can rest safe in the knowledge that your Will matches your requirements and suits your unique circumstances.
For an initial discussion about Single Wills and whether this would be the right type of Will for you, get in touch online or call us on 0845 862 5001.
How Much Does a Single Will Cost?
Single Wills start from £125+VAT (£150).
This price includes your discussion with a specialist solicitor on the telephone, as well as the Will itself. We will provide you with a personalised written quote for your Will. This price will then be fixed, so you can be confident of exactly what you will be paying for your Will.
What Does a Single Will Do?
In a Single Will, you can:
If you have any questions about a Single Will (or any other type of Will) or want to know whether it’s the right option for you, get in touch to speak to one of our specialist solicitors via telephone (0845 862 5001) or online.
Mirror Wills – Make a Will with Someone Else
Mirror Wills are two wills, usually made by couples, whose terms reflect each other. They are used if two people want the same people (or charities) to benefit when they die. Normally, Mirror Wills specify that when the first person dies, the estate passes onto the survivor. Then, when that person dies, the Wills specify who would benefit next (or who would benefit if both parties die together).
Mirror Wills often cost less than making two separate Single Wills.
You may want to include a Trust (a type of legal structure) in your Will. Different Trust Wills are suitable for different circumstances. We are able to help with Discretionary Trust Wills, Property Trust Wills and Life Interest Trust Wills.
For more information about Trust Wills, head to our dedicated Trust Wills page.
Lasting Power of Attorney
A Lasting Power of Attorney is a legal document which enables you to appoint one or more people to make decisions for you, if you become ill or have an accident and are unable to make decisions yourself.
In England and Wales, there are two types of Lasting Power of Attorney: health & welfare and property & financial affairs.
For more information about Lasting Power of Attorney, see our dedicated Lasting Power of Attorney page.