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Which? Wills makes writing your documents quick and easy

Why choose Which? Wills

Which? Wills helps you complete your documents quickly and easily online and is part of Which?, the UK’s consumer champion.

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You're in control

Use our online tools to get started, take a break and come back when you want

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No solicitor needed

Create legally binding documents without paying expensive solicitors’ fees

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Specialist help if you need it

We’ve got a team on hand if you get stuck

Common questions

About Which? Wills

What is Which? Wills?

Which? Wills are part of the Which? group, wholly owned by the Consumers' Association.

Completely independent

The unique thing about Which? is that we are completely independent. We have no owners, shareholders or government departments to answer to and you'll never see an advert in our magazines or on our websites.

This means we work entirely on behalf of you, the consumer, and nobody else – so you can rest assured that you're getting the very best advice available.

The Which? Group

As a not-for-profit charitable organisation, all the money we make from our commercial operations is used to support the activities of the Which? Group.

Is Which? Wills regulated?

Which? Wills is part of Which? Limited and is an unregulated organisation. The team is supervised by a solicitor regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).

Completing your document

Will my will be legally binding?

Yes, all Which? Wills documents are legally binding once they've been printed, signed and witnessed.

Who can review my documents?

One of our team of specialist paralegals. Each member of the team has undergone professional training in wills and powers of attorney.  The team is supervised by a solicitor regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).