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Documenting your future wishes is an important way of safeguarding yourself and loved ones by clearly expressing how you would like your personal affairs and assets to be dealt with. Therefore, it's essential that you have confidence in the quality and security of the Will and LPA you have.
How to make a Will and LPA
You could make a Will and LPA yourself for a low fee, either online or using a form bought from a stationery shop.
Beware - The risks of Do-It-Yourself plans
Any misleading or ambiguous wording could cause confusion and may even make your documents invalid
There are standard Will writing rules which need to be adhered to
You may overlook certain points and leave out vital instructions about your estate
If you make a mistake it could be problematic for your loved ones to sort out after you've passed away
There is no legal protection against any errors you make
A qualified estate planner is not just a document preparation service, but a trusted expert. They can advise you on the best way to protect your family, and preserve and distribute your assets in the manner you choose. At Key, our estate planners are all certified members of The Society of Will Writers, which means they are specially qualified to record your requirements.
Key's estate planning service offers
No hassle – your estate planner will handle everything over the phone, so you can stay in the comfort of your own home
No pressure to proceed – if you do decide to go ahead you’ll be guided through the process at your own pace
Dedicated and experienced specialist help – you will deal with your own, fully trained estate planner.
In safe hands – we’ve already helped over 60,000 people to arrange their Wills and LPAs
Highest level of service – our customers have rated Key as ‘Excellent’ with a score of 9.8/10 across all of our services on independent review site Trustpilot (as at July 2018)
Prompt service – we’ll aim to issue your documents as soon as possible
No nasty surprises – all of our prices are fixed, so you’ll know what you are going to pay
Everything explained in plain English – we understand the jargon so you don’t have to
Unlimited after sales care – if you need any further help we are always only a phone call away
Security - we offer a document security service
It may cost more to have a professional make your Will and LPA. But the consequences of an improperly drafted plan can be far more expensive in the long run. Isn’t peace of mind worth the extra cost?
These pages give a general overview of the issues surrounding estate planning and are based on our understanding of the current law and tax regulation in England and Wales, which may be subject to change.