Online Will Builder

Welcome to Beaumont Legal’s Online Will Builder. Secure your assets and protect the future of your loved ones by creating a will now. 

Online Will Builder

Welcome to the Beaumont Legal Online Will Builder! Before you create your account with us please take a moment to read through the questions below to check that this service suits your needs

Online Will Builder

Welcome to the Beaumont Legal Online Will Builder! Before you create your account with us please take a moment to read through the questions below to check that this service suits your needs

Initial Questions

You answered Yes to at least one of our suitability questions, therefore this service may not be suitable for your needs. Please contact us using the form below to use our BL Bespoke Will service*.

Do you own a business?

If you own a business you should consider what will happen to the shares in the business once you pass away. You may need to consider appointing a separate business executor and there may be other elements of your will that need to be adjusted to ensure your business can be properly dealt with on your death.

Do you want to set up a trust for a disabled beneficiary?

If you wish to leave money to a friend or relative who is disabled then it may be that a trust would be the most effective way to do this. You would be able to appoint a trustee to manage the trust fund on behalf of the disabled person and these trusts can also sometimes benefit from tax reliefs.

Do you live outside of England and Wales?

If you are domiciled outside of England and Wales then we may to adjust the wording of your will to ensure that it is legally valid and covers any assets you hold within England and Wales.

Do you own other assets outside of England and Wales?

This could include any property, investments, bank accounts, and any other assets held outside of England and Wales that would need to be dealt with if you were to pass away. If you own anything outside of England and Wales you may need to create a Will in that country or using a solicitor who has knowledge of that country’s laws.

Do you want to set up a lifetime interest trust for your partner or children?

If you wanted to leave any of your assets, for example your share of a property or a lump sum of money, to someone but you wanted to allow somebody else to use the property or receive the income from the funds for their lifetime or until the occurrence of a particular event then this type of trust may be of use.

These trusts are commonly used when planning for future care fees, or alternatively for people who may have children from a previous relationship that they would like to be the ultimate beneficiaries of their estate but who also want their new partner to be able to continue using a property or benefiting from the income generated from the funds during their lifetime or until they remarry.

Do you wish to leave any of your immediate family members out of the will?

Under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 any of your immediate family members, a partner who you have lived with for 2 years or anyone who has been financially dependent on you for the last 2 years before you pass away, can make a claim against your estate if they believe they have been unreasonably left out of your will.

If you do wish to leave someone out who falls into any of these categories, or indeed any other person who might have expected to have been included in your will, we would recommend that you protect your estate as far as possible by making sure it is recorded properly within the will or a separate letter of wishes.

Are you creating this Will for tax planning purposes?

If you believe you require specialist tax planning to deal with your assets (e.g. high value, agricultural land, trusts, etc.) then your Will may need to be carefully drafted to incorporate this.

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*please note there may be an additional cost for this service - a member of our team will discuss this with you before you are charged for any work

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