Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a solicitor for my will to be valid?
It doesn't matter who writes your will as long as it is correctly worded. To be a legal document, a will needs to be witnessed by two competent people who are not beneficiaries or married to a beneficiary.
No solicitor is required.
Simply follow the guidance on the site, ensure the will has been properly signed and witnessed, and it becomes a legal document.
Is my will going to be legal?
The will that we create from your answers uses correctly formatted and worded legal content that Solicitors use throughout England & Wales.
Our process has been automated to increase convenience and reduce your costs.
After you sign the document in front of witnesses, your will becomes a legal document.
Does Nine Minute Will work for everyone?
Nine Minute Will is suitable for the majority of British citizens who live in the UK. Our site adheres to the law of England and Wales and is therefore suitable for all property in these regions.
Due to legal restrictions and complexities, we would recommend contacting us directly to discuss your will if:
- You are not a British citizen or your permanent home is not in the UK
- You are a sole trader wishing to leave instructions regarding the continuation of your business
- You own property anywhere other than England or Wales
- You own a farm
How does Nine Minute Will work?
- Purchase your plan
Choose between a Single Will and Mirror Will depending on your requirements
- Answer a series of guided questions
Our process takes you through the process of writing your will
- Confirm that you've finished editing your document
We will send you your will documents in PDF format.
Simply print & sign these documents in the presence of 2 witnesses, and your will is legally valid.