Thank you for choosing to write your will with Guardian Angel. As a Blythe House Hospice supporter you are entitled to a free will.
Every will is double-checked by an in-house will expert.
Provide us with your information, we take care of the rest.
Make as many updates as you want for just £10 per year.
Our company’s ethos is support over pressure. No fear tactics, no upsells.
To make your will online, we need to know about your family and your wishes. This process is straight forward and takes about 15 minutes.
No phone calls or house visits. Submit your information online and we take care of the rest.
We are here for you every step of the way. If you have any questions you can call us or chat with us online.
We will send you your completed will within 7 days so you can print it and then follow our instructions to make it legally binding.
Life circumstances can change, and your will may need to change too. You can update your information at any time for just £10 a year.
A Guardian Angel online will allows you to select a guardian for children and pets, and set wishes in place for after you are gone.
A person who dies without a will is called intestate. If this happens the government decide how your assets will be divided.
After you’re gone, your loved ones will treasure the things that remind them of you. Decide who receives what and leave them a loving message.
This is a growing desire, and very easy to do in our will. Choose a charity, and leave them some money or a percentage of your estate.
Yes, you can make your will online. Writing your will, like most things in the world has gone digital. Our online system was created by lawyers and saves you time and money when making your will. Additionally, for peace of mind, your will is checked by our expert team who are available when you need help.
Yes it’s possible to write your will. Most DIY options are one size fits all. The benefit of doing your will online is that your will is tailored to the information you provide.
Yes, and it’s completely legal. Your will is created by our solicitor-approved system and was drafted by our legal team. It just requires you to input your own details to be completed.
There are some cases where you may want to seek legal advice. If you have a complicated or larger estate then you may need a complex will. If you think this might be you, then you can speak to our wills team completely free at 0800 773 4014. They can help you find the best option for getting your will sorted.
The cost of doing your will with a lawyer or solicitor could be around £150-£300. If you need a complex will it could cost upto £300-£1,000 depending on your circumstances.
In addition to this, if you ever needed to update your will you would be charged either for a new will or for a simple addition that could cost up to £100. When you write your will online it costs just £90 and we have a £10 a year subscription that gives you unlimited updates so that your will is always relevant to your circumstance.
Yes, your will is 100% legal once the will has been printed and signed by yourself and two witnesses. Your will comes with instructions on how to sign it properly.
Dying without a legal will in place is called dying intestate.
The average cost of dying intestate is roughly £9,700 so it is important to have your will in place and not rely on the government rules.
With Guardian Angel, you can update your will online any time. If you use a lawyer, you will need to redo your will from scratch or write what lawyers call a codicil. A codicil is basically a legally binding addition / modification to your will.
Mirror wills are simply clone wills for couples. More popular and relevant now is just a simple will for both partners. Getting your will as a couple in this way means that they can be updated more easily and also reflect any personal wishes one may have. Our couples will package costs £135, instead of £90 for each will.
There are two types of will: simple and complex. A simple will is our most popular will; which lets you name executors, nominate guardians for children and pets, and divide out your estate as you wish.
Our online will is designed to let you make your will with ease. You can do it from the comfort of your own home in just 15 minutes and save money on getting a solicitor to simply fill in a will template for you.
If you think you require a complex will, then you can speak to our wills team for free at 0800 773 4014. This may be the case if you have assets overseas or a particularly large estate.
Our online system breaks down your will step by step. We ask you about yourself and your family, your assets and how you would like them to be divided, and the people who you want to execute your will.
If you have children under the age of 18 you can add guardians in your will. Appointing a guardian for your children in your will means that they will be looked after in case the worst happens.
We also ask several optional questions about any funeral wishes you may have and any specific gifts or messages you would like to leave.
We believe that every adult in the country should sort their will - but they become more important when you have children, own sizable assets, or have large families.
There are both financial and non-financial benefits of sorting your will.
Financially, dying without your will in place is called dying intestate and can cost your family thousands after you have passed away.
Non-financially, having your will in place can reduce family disagreements, ensure your assets go where you want them to, help plan your funeral, and allocate specific gifts.