How do I write a Will? Many people put off writing their Will as they expect it to be complicated. However, in reality, it is relatively simple and a legal adviser can guide you through the process. We have partnered with Bequeathed to offer you a FREE online Will-writing service that allows you to make a simple Will in a way that suits you best. The service helps you consider everything you need to think about when making a Will, and identifies issues where legal advice could be valuable. If you want legal advice, the service connects you to a solicitor who'll give you a price to help you complete your Will face-to-face or over the phone. There is no obligation to include a gift in your Will to Mountbatten but many people like you do. You can also write your own will or ask a legal advisor such as a solicitor or Will writing service to draft it for you. Click here for a list of Wills, Probate and Trust solicitors on the Isle of Wight. Before drafting your Will, whether online or in-person with a solicitor, you will need to: Make a list of everything you own – including property, money, shares, investments, life insurance policies, and all your valuables and possessions Work out the value of these assets Decide who should benefit from your estate, e.g. family, friends, charities Decide who to appoint as your executor(s), i.e. the people who will administer your estate We are working on a 'Make a Will' pack which will contain practical advice and useful guidance to help you when drafting your Will. The pack will be free and if you would like to pre-order a copy, please email us.