There's lots of types of wills, but which do you need for you and your partner?
There's lots of info online about these different wills. We've put together the pros and cons for you.
Too long, didn't read: Individual wills give you the most flexibility.
Mirror Wills are identical wills that says you leave everything to your partner.
You can make Mirror Wills with Farewill but we will explain in the cons why you might not want to do this.
While mirror wills are two documents, a joint will is one.
There aren’t many pros to this really. It’s a very inflexible will and not recommended.
This is what we offer at Farewill.
Really complicated estates - Most wills are simple. When they're not we will point you to a specialist to make sure you get get the best will you can. Here are a list of things we don’t currently cover:
We recommend individual (not just cause that's what we do!). In general, mirror and joint wills are complicated. You'll end up paying more and you'll have less control over your will.
In the long term you'll get most flexibility if you both have individual wills. Our Trustpilot reviews say again and again that it's easier.
Head over to our wills for couples page to see how you can get your will sorted.
Our solicitor-approved will writing service can help you write a will online in as little as 15 minutes.