Where there’s a will,
there’s a way.

We put together a will to safeguard
your legacy, with grace.

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A Free Planning Report
Our team can prepare a free estate planning report to help you see exactly what’s needed to protect yourself and your legacy.
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A Dedicated Consultant
We will refer you to a will writing consultant, who will work with you directly to build the perfect will for your specific requirements, from start to finish.
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Unlimited Changes
No matter how many times you decide to change the details of your will, you’ll pay no charges. Unlimited changes, always.

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Who we work with

With Grace work with legal services provider, Honey Legal, to provide a range of estate planning services to With Grace customers. Through our integration with Honey Pro, our team can produce a no-obligation estate planning report, highlighting suitable products for your specific requirements.

Should you decide to proceed with any of the products, an agent from HoneyPro will call you on a day and at a time of your choosing, to arrange the next steps.

With Grace are licensees for the HoneyPro software and may receive a commission from HoneyPro if you choose one of the packages and documents provided by the software. By using With Grace, you benefit from reduced fees compared to dealing directly with HoneyPro.

You are encouraged to shop around and seek independent advice for your probate and estate planning needs. Please note that this type of estate planning is not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and is not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).

Wills – FAQs

Who are HoneyPro?
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With Grace partner with HoneyPro, a leading technology platform that connects customers with personalised estate planning solutions. The whole team at Honey Group deliver a professional, transparent and caring service across a wide range of personal estate planning products that put customers in charge of their future, whatever it may bring. Honey have a 40+ strong legal team, including solicitors regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA); and are members of The Law Society.
How often should I update my will?
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According to guidance provided on the GOV.UK website, you should review your will every five years, or following any major change in your life. This would include significant events like separation or divorce, marriage or the birth of a child. Effectively, anything which would have an impact on who receives assets, or what assets would be received, is worth considering through a review of your will.
What does a will executor do?
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If you've ever looked into wills, you will have seen the word 'executor' used. The role of the executor in a will is quite simple - they are the person legally responsible for executing the instructions laid out in a person's will. The executor is often a spouse, a child or another family member, and up to four executors can be appointed in a will.
How much does it cost to make a will?
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There is no set price for the cost of a will, so it's highly recommended that you shop around different will writers to find a solution that works for you. As a general rule of thumb, you can expect to pay £150-£200 for a Single Will if bought from an online provider, or £500+ for a high street solicitor to undertake the work.
Can I write a will without a solicitor?
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There is no legal requirement for a will to be written by a solicitor, and you can write one yourself. However, having a legal expert involved helps you avoid common mistakes, and ensures that the will is written in a way which provides watertight protection. There is additional cost for having solicitors involved in the process, but it can often pay to have peace of mind that the paperwork has been completed correctly. You will still need to have your will witnessed and signed for it to be legally valid.
Can a family member be a witness to a will?
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You can ask anyone to be a witness to a will, provided they are not due to become beneficiaries of the will. For the document to be legally valid, witnesses must be 18 or over, make it voluntarily, be of sound mind, make it in writing, sign it in the presence of 2 witnesses who are both over 18 and have it signed by your 2 witnesses, in your presence.
How long is a will valid for?
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What if I die without a will in place?
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What is a will?
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