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The Benefits of Using Honey Bee
Wills to Make a Will Online

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Everyone’s circumstances are different. Just having a will in place is not enough. From who lives where to who gets what, planning for the future is the only sure-fire way to protect your estate and family from the unknown.

When you choose us, in no time at all you get an expert end-to-end estate planning service entirely from the comfort of your home or office. Made simple and set in stone by one of the UK’s most trusted legal families.

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Since making a will is a very private matter, we’ve made it possible for you to complete your will from the comfort of your own home. And because we have installed world-class security systems, you can rest assured that the contents of your will are completely safe and confidential.


What Clients are saying

Thank you for the time, effort and care you took with me to get this just right

I am so grateful for this service. It came at the right time for me and my family and the whole process was straightforward, professional and empathetic throughout. Very impressed with this first rate professional team and their service!

Honey Bee was the right choice for myself and my young family!

I didn’t really think about this as I always believed I was too young to make a Will at 32 years old. But it’s not true! It’s so important to make the right decisions for a better future and I couldn’t be happier with the service I received. Thank you!

Melissa was great at meeting our needs for making our Wills.

She was very informative and advised us accordingly. We had not thought of certain things which I am glad she pointed out should be done. Highly recommend this company. Now we have peace of mind. Thank you Melissa!

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Without a Will......

  • You will die ‘intestate’, meaning that the government decides how your estate shall be distributed.
  • If you are unmarried, your partner won’t get any of your assets. This leaves them vulnerable.
  • You won’t be able to donate any of your estate to charity or other causes.
  • It takes longer to distribute your assets and close your estate. You can save your family members, loved ones and other beneficiaries time and expense.
  • Should the worst happen, the only way without a court order, of appointing guardians for children under-18, is through a Will. For example, grandparents do not have automatic parental responsibility!

Our Mission: Helping You Preserve Your Legacy for Future Generations

Since our inception, the team at HoneyBee Wills have made it our mission to help individuals and couples get their affairs in order while they are alive and healthy so that their loved ones and future generations can benefit and prosper from their legacy.

In the UK, 60% of people die without making a Will, a Will Trust or without Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA). This can often lead to one’s estate allocation being decided by the law determining who inherits their estate and arguments within families. Research by earliest this year shows that the number of people without a Will is higher than over 10+ years ago in 2011, when figures last reached their peak.

In addition, since the pandemic in 2020 there have been a rise in overall deaths across the world. With all of this in mind HoneyBee Wills acknowledged the urgency in helping UK citizens to understand the importance of protecting their estate and enabling them to get it done via an online self-service portal.

Our users can arrange their Wills or Lasting Power of Attorneys with fast, robust and affordable Will Writing and Lasting Power of Attorney services online through our state-of-the-art technology. We can also proudly say that our service is regulated despite it being an unregulated sector.

You can either order a Will or LPA directly by visiting our Let’s Get Started page, or if you need more advice, you can complete a short online survey on our will help you get the right plan to suit you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can family members witness your Will?

No, family members should not witness your Will. The general rule to keep in mind is that a person who may benefit from your Will in any way cannot sign as a witness.  If they do sign as a witness they will lose their entitlement under the Will. Witnesses should also be over 18 years old.

What exactly is an LPA and why do I need one?

An LPA is a legal document giving the person or persons you trust (your attorneys) the authority to make decisions on your behalf if you become incapable of making them yourself.  The LPA is prepared at a time when you are capable of making your own decisions.

Can I make changes to my Will in the future?

The simple answer is yes and there are many ways of making those changes, depending on the nature of the change you wish to make. Major changes may require a complete rewrite of your existing Will while more minor changes can be dealt with by preparing a Codicil or Memorandum of Wishes. Remember a Will is a Legal document, and so is a Codicil.

How many Executors can I appoint?

By appointing only 1 Executor you run the risk of them predeceasing you and there being no Executor to manage your estate.  It is worth noting that if you are setting up a Trust within your Will you will need a minimum of two trustees.

What is the role of an Executor?

In simple terms, an Executor is responsible for ensuring the terms and wishes of the deceased are adhered to and to manage the process through probate.
This can be quite an involved process depending on the size and nature of your estate.  They are responsible for undertaking certain legal obligations as well as organising your funeral and distributing your assets.

Is storage of my Will important?

Your Will is a very important document both for you and your family. As such, it should be kept safely and securely and your Executors should be kept informed of its location at all times. We offer safe and secure storage at a very competitive price. We will issue you with a Storage Certificate containing a unique number to enable your Executors to retrieve the document simply and quickly.

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