Our online wills include an update service that costs just £10 a year – free for the first year. This allows you to log back into your account any time in the future to update your will. It can also be cancelled any time if you don’t think you’ll need to make any updates. Once your updated will has been checked, approved, printed, signed and witnessed, you should destroy the old one to avoid any confusion for your executors.

If you choose to write a will with a solicitor on the high street instead, you would likely need a codicil to amend your will. This is a separate document that costs around £70 each time. However, if you want to change more than 10% of your will, you’ll likely be recommended to make a brand new will instead to prevent the changes from being challenged in the future.

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