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What is a Will?

A Last Will & Testament, often shortened to Will, is a legal document that outlines how you want your estate to be distributed after your death. Your estate includes everything you own, such as property, money and sentimental items. Additionally, a Will appoints someone to handle the distribution of your assets, sets out your funeral arrangements, and names guardians to care for any minor children you may have.

Creating a Will is an important step in protecting your wishes, ensuring that your legacy will be handled with care and your loved ones are taken care of, providing you with peace of mind.

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Online Wills are quick and simple

It's as easy as 1, 2, 3...


Step 1

Book your free meet and greet using our online calendar or leave a message for our team to get back to you.


Step 2

Our expert consultants will discuss your options and answer all of your questions.


Step 3

Once you are ready to proceed, we will arrange an appointment to take your instructions at a time that is convenient for you.

Why do I need a Will?

Many people assume that when they die, all their worldly possessions will go to the people they want, yet this is often not the case.

If you die without a Will, your estate will be distributed according to the rules of intestacy. These rules can direct your assets to people you may not have wanted to benefit. In some cases, this could be the Crown. With family structures now more complex than ever, inheritance, guardianship and long-term care may need specialist advice.

Here are just some of the reasons it is worth taking the time to make a Will online...

Ensure your loved ones are financially cared for after your passing

By making a Will, you can clearly outline who will inherit your hard-earned assets. You can also deliberately exclude people you do not wish to benefit from your estate, as long as they are not financially dependent on you.

When you make a Will online, this process is simple and straightforward.

Nominate Executors to carry out your wishes

When you write a Will you must appoint one or more executors to handle your affairs when you die.
Administering an estate can often be simple and straightforward. As a result, this is normally a job for your adult children, relatives, or a friend (preferably someone you trust to administer your estate according to your wishes).

Protection for unmarried partners and step-children

According to the rules of intestacy, unmarried partners do not inherit from your estate – no matter how long you’ve been together. The same applies to relations by marriage, for example, step-children.

If you want an unmarried partner or step-child to inherit, you need to write a Will.

Appoint legal Guardians for minor children

If you have children under 18, it is important to outline your legal guardianship wishes within a Will. Failing to do this could mean that the courts decide who will care for your children.

Save time, money and stress for the ones you leave behind

Without a Will, it can be a long and complicated process for your loved ones to distribute your assets. They may need to pay for professional help or experience family disputes.

When you make a Will online, you reduce stress for those closest to you at an already difficult time.

Ensure pets are cared for

Pets are family, so choose someone you trust to look after them when you are gone. You can even leave money to fund their care.

Funeral Wishes

In a Will, you can specify your funeral wishes. For instance, whether you want to be buried or cremated - you can even choose a sentimental location for your ashes to be scattered. As it is the responsibility of your chosen executors, often your loved ones, to plan the funeral, they will look for guidance in your Will. While funeral wishes within a Will may not be legally binding, they will carry a moral obligation, which your executors will likely want to fulfil.

Leave a legacy or gift to a charity

When you make a Will online with ELM, you may want to leave a percentage of your estate, or a specific gift, to a charity of your choice. Donations left to charities within Wills are vital to their work.

It is also worth noting that if you have no Will and no living relatives, your estate may pass to the Crown. Many people would prefer to leave their estate to a charity close to their heart.


You will just need access to Zoom.

Online Wills are best done sitting quietly in front of a PC or laptop, but yes is the simple answer.

No, you can still make a Will online without a webcam. It just means we won’t be able to see you, but you’ll still be able to see us. And don’t worry if you’re shy, you can disable your camera.

Our online Will writing service is more than just a faceless form or questionnaire. It’s a personalised remote meeting allowing you to discuss your aims and concerns with one of our experts. They’ll answer all your questions and provide guidance where necessary, ensuring your wishes are fully protected and your Will is valid.

For the best results, you will need to have a computer with an internet connection and a webcam.

The initial meet & greet is free.  If you wish to proceed to a full appointment, our Promotional Will Fee will be £99.00 for a Joint Will or Single Will. This is payable at the appointment stage, not during the Meet & Greet stage.

Our Wills start at just £99, including VAT. This price includes a consultation with one of our experts, all legal and administration costs and the final drafting of your Will. We also don’t charge extra for joint or mirrored Wills.

Anyone can act as a witness, as long as they are over the age of 18 and not benefiting from your Will. We recommend using neighbours, work colleagues or friends. For more information, read our article ‘Who can witness a Will’

No. We send a draft via email for you to confirm. Once you are happy, we send your final Will to you in the post, ready to be signed.

Which Will is right for you?

Compare the features of our Will Writing services.

Online Will

All our legal expertise without the need for a home visit.

Ideal for...

  • Those with a busy schedule
  • Those more comfortable accessing services online
  • Single or joint Wills
From £99

Home Visit Will

Have your Will written in the comfort of your own home by one of our expert consultants.

Ideal for...

  • Those without an internet connection
  • Those who are not as familiar with using online services
  • Single or joint Wills
From £99

Why choose ELM?

We are committed to protecting your loved ones and hard-earned assets by offering straightforward and cost-effective solutions to your needs.

With our legal team's experience in the Wills, Estate Planning, and Probate sectors, we have established ourselves as a trusted and leading provider of Will Writing services in the UK.

We are specialists

We are a specialist Will Writing, Probate & Trusts company. This is all that we do. As a result, we're able to provide the highest quality service possible - something that is reflected in our fantastic customer reviews.

Over 20+ years experience

ELM was established in 2000 and has been providing a professional and reliable service ever since. We are members of the Institute of Professional Will Writers and our in-house training development plan means all our employees achieve industry-recognised qualifications.

We have helped over 30,000 people

We have helped over 30,000 people to complete their Wills, leaving them safe in the knowledge that their family’s interests have been properly protected.

Free no-obligation enquiries

Because everyone's circumstances are different, we offer free no-obligation enquiries, ensuring you get a personalised service that meets your specific needs.

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