Single Will Template

Do you use the excuse that you just don’t have the time to go to the solicitor’s to draw up your Will? Well, you won’t have to worry about finding the time anymore. Using the downloadable templates on this website you can draft your Single Will in under ten minutes from the comfort of your own home. You can save your completed Single Will to your hard drive and print them in a matter of minutes. If you need to rewrite the Will several times you will be able to do so for no extra charge and the Will can be stored online for free. Our Single Will template has been drafted by a qualified solicitor so you can have peace of mind in knowing that it shall be legally valid once it is signed. There is no need to pay the higher fees of a High Street solicitor when you buy your downloadable document template here.

Our Legal Will Template

A Single Will is needed for an executor to carry out your final wishes. Without a Will in place there may be disputes between your relatives and close friends as to what your wishes were regarding your estate and personal belongings.

Some of the things that should be included in your Single Will include provisions describing what is to happen to any property that you own, how you want your personal belongings distributed and how your finances are to be dispersed. Without a Will your estate could go into probate for years and may mean that those you wished to pass gifts to after your death cannot receive a thing.

You shouldn’t assume that because you are married everything will go to your surviving spouse should something happen to you. Your specific wishes need to be explicit to avoid any dispute after your death. Once you have drafted your Single Will using our easy template you will need to have it witnessed. This means that you will sign it in front of two or more people who must also sign the Will. The witnesses are unable to take from the Will, meaning that any gift you may leave them in your Will shall be unable to be given and shall be placed with the remainder of your estate.

Don’t forget to include any vehicles that you may own fully in your own name, financial accounts in your own name and any real estate or other property that could be in just your name. Don’t wait until it is too late to specify your wishes to your loved ones. Leaving the process of creating a Will shall cause grief for those left behind when you pass away.

Our website not only provides a template for a Single Will but you can also find a downloadable template for a Joint Will, Living Will and Codicil. They are all fully customizable and have been drafted by a qualified solicitor and are easy to understand and execute.