Will Writing


Will Writing (Not Regulated by the FCA)

• (This service is not regulated by the FCA and therefore the Terms of Business published on the site does not cover this particular service)

Wills used to be the exclusive domain of solicitors who not only charged a fee for the writing of the Will but they were likely to suggest that their firm be appointed as a sole or joint executor “to make sure things were handled properly when you died”. This could mean that substantial sums ended up being paid to them even when the estate was relatively straight forward to deal with and for most people Probate is not a difficult procedure.

Things have long changed and as most people know you can by a DIY Will from the Post Office and other stationers and there are an array of online DIY Wills and Will Writing services to be found on the internet.

We offer a friendly service and our first objective is always to cast away the myths spawned by the legal profession that Wills are complicated things, the reality is they are not. However, a badly written Will could leave you in a worse (more expensive) position that not having a Will at all so it is important to have a Will written properly.

Your Will can be as straightforward or as specific as you want it to be, it’s entirely up to you and through the process we will encourage to think carefully about all those personal sentimental items that you may want to pass on to certain people.

Our fee is £100 which provides either a single Will for a single person or “mirror” Wills for couples.


Should your Executors require a little help or guidance with Probate when the time comes we will be happy to assist them.

If you would like to speak us about making or changing a Will, or to arrange an appointment, please call us on 01225 319 787 or email us your contact details with a preferred contact time by clicking here.

We look forward to hearing from you.


Michael W Hoare t/a Hallmark Mortgages & Equity Release
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