Farewill is the UKs number one online wills company, highly rated for making will writing simple. Our independent review looks at what makes Farewill’s online will service different, what it costs and the pros and cons so you can decide if a Farewell will is right for you.
Who are Farewill?
Farewill launched in 2015 with the aim of making dealing with death fairer, simpler and cheaper. Supported by renowned investors such as Zoopla, JamJar and SAATCHinVEST, Farewill are now the biggest UK will writer, having written over 30,000 wills.
What services do Farewill offer?
Farewill offer an online will service for individuals and couples over the age of 18, with the benefit of live support when you need it via the phone, live chat or email. In addition to will writing, they also offer probate services and can act as executor of your estate.
Once you have written your will, Farewill offer free unlimited updates for the first year plus an optional annual unlimited will update service for just £10 a year thereafter.
How does their online service work?
An online will from Farewill takes approximately 30 minutes to complete. You create an account and follow the simple online questionnaire. Once you’ve added your assets, beneficiaries and executors, your will is checked and approved by will specialists, ready for you to print and sign in front of two witnesses
You only pay for your will once you have completed the questionnaire so effectively you can try the online service before you buy. The will is reviewed within 5 days and approved by a qualified solicitor who specializes in estate planning.
Farewill offer live telephone, email and online chat support should you have any queries and will contact you regarding any questions, recommendations or amendments to your will.
How much does a will cost with Farewill?
The cost of a will with Farewill is:
- £90 for individuals
- £140 for couples