Is Getting a Will Written Online a Good Idea?

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Ignatius Uirab

Money Savings Advice Is getting a Will written online a good idea

The truth is you can get a Will written online for about £10.00 - £15.00, but ask yourself these quick questions;

  • Do you think it's going to be robust enough?
  • Is it going to provide you with peace of mind that it covers everything?

If the answer to either of these question or even both of these questions is 'probably not' then it's absolutely worth exploring have a Will written professionally.

However, if the answer to the above questions is 'probably yes' then getting an online Will is probably right for you.

But, if you want to know from our extensive experience about why we recommend using a professional Will writing company that doesn't offer an online service, keep reading.

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Why Wills Are So Important?

You have worked hard all your life, you have purchased a house, you have a few investments you might even have property overseas.

Or on the flip side, you might want somebody to inherit your dog.

It doesn't matter what level your estate is sitting at; everybody has something important that they want to leave to somebody important.

Now, what would you rather?

Would you rather the government decide on who your estate is allocated too?

Or

Would you prefer you are responsible for allocating who your estate is assigned too?

For most people, the second option is the preferred option. If you don't get a Will, the government will take responsibility for your estate and allocate as they deem fit.

This is called 'Rules of Intestacy'.

'Rules of Intestacy' essentially means the government will look at your estate, will discuss with people who want to receive a proportion of your estate, usually family and friends. Then the government will make a judgement on who receives what.

Sounds horrible, doesn't it!

We wrote a long and detailed article called 'What's the difference between a Will and LPA (lasting power of attorney) you can read it by clicking here.  Within this piece, we discuss 'Rules of Intestacy' in more detail and have some interesting and relevant links.

All of this can be avoided.

By making a Will you are responsible for saying who receives what from your estate, it doesn't matter the size, you are in control, not the pesky government.

So, there we go, the short and simple answer to 'Why are Wills so important'.

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Ignatius[1]

Ignatius Uirab

Ignatius is one of our leading financial specialists. With over eight years of financial experience, he has vast experience and knowledge of the financial sector. When he is not writing about how to make your money go further, he is a true family man.

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