Get your will written by our experts without leaving the house

Simply call us up and we will create your will over the phone ready to be sent out for signing.

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Make your will over the phone in just 3 easy steps

Book a telephone appointment

Book a will slot by leaving us your name and number below, or simply call us on 0800 061 4934 and we will arrange a convenient time for our legal team to speak with you.

Complete your will on the phone

During your telephone call our legal expert will take note of all your requirements and create a bespoke will for you, ensuring all your questions are answered.

Print out your will and get it signed and witnessed

Your will can either be sent to you by post or made available to download. All you need to do is sign it in the presence of two witnesses for it to be completed.

Most frequent questions about making a will over the phone...

This is a legally binding will that is created for you by our experts over a telephone appointment. You do not need to attend any offices and you get to work through the entire process with our legal experts. Once the will has been created we will sent it to you all ready to be signed and witnessed.

Yes, absolutely. Your will is created especially for you and tailored to your exact requirements. We will also send you clear signing instructions to make sure you know exactly what to do once we send your will to you.

You do not need a solicitor to make a will. Our legal experts are highly experienced in will-writing and if you require advice around trusts or inheritance tax we also have solicitors in-house who will be able to assist.

Most people choose to keep their wills safely at home in a filing cabinet or secure drawer. You are also able to store it with solicitors and banks who will usually charge you an annual fee for doing so. It is helpful to let your executors know where the will is kept, in case they need to find it. If you would like to speak to us about will storage options then please let our advisors know.

You must ensure that you sign your will in the presence of two witnesses. Witnesses must be over the age of 18 and should not be named in your will. They can be friends, neighbours or work colleagues. The witnesses can be married to each other or they can be related to each other in a different way.

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