Once you've written your will, you should make sure it's stored in a safe place. You could store your will at home – but there's always a risk it could get lost or stolen. Storing it with a bank or local solicitor could be the answer, but it can be inconvenient and, if you move out of the area, it can be difficult for the executors to find.
For complete peace of mind that your wishes will be followed, you can store your will with Which? Wills. We'll keep it safe and secure, and make sure it's easily available whenever you or your executors need it.
If you choose to store your will with us, you'll get:
- Safe and secure storage
- Access to your will whenever you need it
- Telephone support from our wills specialists
- The option for us to send your executor(s) details of where your will is being stored
Store your will with Which? Wills
What do I need to do and what are the next steps?
Just give us your name and address and we will send you a Which? Wills storage pack containing:
- Your welcome letter
- The Direct Debit mandate
- Your secure storage envelope for your will
- The tamper-proof sticker to seal your envelope
- Terms and conditions
Mirror and pair wills will need to be stored individually in separate packs. The form below will need to be filled out twice, once by each party of the mirror or pair will. You will then be sent two separate packs in which to store your wills.
Simply post your will back to us using the envelope provided.
You and your executor will both receive confirmation that the will is in safe storage and instructions on how to retrieve it.
Every year we will remind you that you have 30 days to cancel the wills storage service should you wish to.
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A will ensures your estate and assets are correctly distributed
After writing a will, it's vital that you store it in a safe place
Registering your will helps it to be found after your death
A codicil allows you to make minor amendments to your will