What is a will?
A will is a written declaration that sets out how your property will be distributed at the date of the testator’s death. The testator is the person who makes the will. A will may appoint an executor: to administer the testator’s estate; to discharge liabilities; and to distribute the property as directed to the beneficiaries. Often beneficiaries are children and close relatives.
Why create a simple will with us?
The form below takes less than 15 minutes to complete, and if you are unsure about any parts of the form, our experienced wills and estate team will be available to assist you and share legal advice.
This solution is designed for individuals who want to leave their entire estate to their children in equal shares. If your children do not outlive you, you can specify reserve beneficiaries to receive the assets instead.