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Complete Legal Will Kit for the UK

Have you made a Will yet? UK residents, do it now and take advantage of our special price on this Complete Legal Will Kit for the United Kingdom.

The Will Kit contains easy-to-use forms and guidelines to help you prepare your Will, choose executors, and appoint a guardian for minor children in the event both parents die. NOTE: These forms cannot be used in Scotland.

The Will Kit package includes the following:
  • Last Will and Testament, with instructions to help you complete the document;
  • Making a Will - Frequently Asked Questions, a guide that answers many of your questions about how to make a proper Will, how to appoint an executor and a guardian for minor children, how to make changes to your Will, and other common questions;
  • a checklist and worksheet for you to record all your personal data and information about your assets and property that is required to help you prepare your Will, and instructions regarding funeral, burial, cremation, organ donation, etc.;
  • information about the duties and responsibilities of an executor.
Download your Complete Legal Will Kit for the UK immediately after purchase. Edit as desired, use as often as you want. No need to buy a separate kit for each member of the family - each person can use these templates to create their own will.

Download: Complete Legal Will Kit for the UK

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