How it works
The Will Register records the location of the will, be it with a solicitor, financial institution or other trustee.
Once registered, you receive a certificate of registration that can be stored with other important documents.
The Will Register provides security to testators ensuring their will can be found and their last wishes adhered to. The details of the will are not disclosed and The Will Register does not need to see a copy of the will.
The testator can register the will on their own accord or request the solicitor register it on their behalf.
The Will Register makes it easy for family members, executors or administrators to locate the last will of the testator.
We search for wills kept by solicitors and individuals who have registered their will in our database.
The Will Register can be used if you believe a will was registered and searching is quick and effective. Search today.
A will is a witnessed document that declares in writing the last wishes of a deceased person for his or her estate.
It is important to make a will as any dispute regarding the estate after death means the law on intestacy decides what happens to your property or trust. A will guarantees peace of mind and ensures proper arrangements are made.
You can write a will yourself or have a solicitor do so. Visit here for a full listing of solicitors who can assist with will writing.