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Get the help you deserve in a language you will understand.

Let us ease the anxiety and stress you may be feeling!

Get the help you deserve in a language you will understand.


“Just a quick thank you your law firm were so helpful and accommodating for my mother and father in Manchester.”

“Our whole family would just like to take this opportunity to thank your law firm for all your help steering us through the process of finalising our parents estate. Finding a local family law firm in Manchester who have been diligent and patient has been an absolute pleasure”.

“My Father told me he is now greatly relieved that his will and other affairs are at last in order. Thanks so much for your help.”

Curious about how much does a will cost? Then that’s a good thing because you are on the right track. So many people never pay any mind to how much does a will cost in the UK and wait until they are actually in danger of death through some terminal illness or some similar state of being until they start thinking about writing their own will.

The reality is that if you want to ensure that your properties and finances are actually disposed of in the manner that you intend them to be disposed of after your death, then writing a will is an absolute necessity. In fact, you should start early while you are still young and able. This will ensure that your current properties are secured for the future for the sake of your loved ones.

Of course, if you are reading this article right now and you are curious about how much does a will cost in the UK, then you probably do not need to be sold any further on the advantages of writing a will.

How much does a will cost – It Depends On The Complexity Of Your Properties

First of all, you should be familiar with the term “estate,” basically this is the term used to define all the properties and finances that you had actual or constructive ownership of at the time of your death. To put it simply, your estate refers to everything that you owned during your lifetime. Your estate may be quite simple, or it could be quite complex, depending on the type of properties that you currently possess as well as your relationships and financial affairs.

how much does a will cost

If you are married and you have children, then your estate will most likely be complex and of course, this affects how much does a will cost as per your chosen solicitor’s charges.

Simple Wills

A simple will is actually not very costly – in fact, you can do it by yourself for free. Still, even for a simple will, it is recommended that you enlist the services of a solicitor in order to ensure that the will is complete and error-free. An erroneous will may not be given due course by the court or it could cost your beneficiaries more money in order to get it approved. Typically, you can expect a reputable solicitor to charge somewhere around £200 for a simple will.

Complex Will

It is never recommended that you draft a complex will by yourself. A solicitor may charge around £250 to £300 for a complex will, but this comes with the professional assurance that your will is correct and error-free.

Specialist Will

A specialist will involve trusts and properties which are overseas. Because of the nature of these types of wills, a solicitor typically charges £500 or more.

How much does a will cost – Mirror Wills

A mirror will is basically a copy-paste type of will but made for two different individuals such as a husband and wife. The contents aren’t exactly the same, but when read together they can be very similar. Mirror wills are typically less costly than other types of wills.

For any advise on wills, inheritance tax or estate planning as well as power of attorney get in touch today!