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Whether you're planning your children's future, buying a house or just making sure your wishes are clearly stated, we can help you take care of your will.

Wills registration

We've partnered with Certainty, the National Will Register, to offer anyone using the Which? Wills website a chance to register their will for free (normal price £30).

Your will's existence and location will be recorded on Certainty – the most comprehensive will register in the UK. Once registered, your will can be found easily in the event of your death.

The contents of your will and its location are kept confidential. Only after your death is the location revealed. Those searching for your will must prove they have a genuine reason to do so and provide a copy of your death certificate.

Certainty is endorsed by the Law Society in England, and Certainty terms and conditions of use can be found here.

What do I need to do and what are the next steps?

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Tell us whose will is being registered along with the executors named in the will

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Tell us the date your will was created and where it is located

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Provide us with your details

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Confirm that all these details are correct

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We'll send you a confirmation email along with your certificate of registration

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  • You need to agree to the Terms of Use to complete the registration.

Do you need to amend your will? Learn more about codicils

Wills

A will ensures your estate and assets are correctly distributed

Wills storage

After writing a will, it's vital that you store it in a safe place

Wills registration

Registering your will helps it to be found after your death

Codicils

A codicil allows you to make minor amendments to your will

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'Will'

The legal document witnessed by two witnesses in which you say what is to happen to your possessions on your death.

'Domicile'

The country you consider to be your permanent home for tax purposes, even if you actually reside elsewhere. It is distinct from nationality and place of residence.

View our full glossary of terms

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