Our fees

With our Wills you get end-of-life planning as standard

Our Wills aren’t like anyone else’s

We won’t give you a simple off-the-shelf Will that doesn’t take into account your personal situation.  Every Will we sell includes trusted bespoke advice and a complete planning service using our Kinvault (even with our most basic package).

We’ll save your family time, stress and money

The built-in end-of-life plan you get with our Wills can help your family avoid hefty probate fees trying to unravel your estate later on. By recording all your assets, it also ensures bank accounts etc don’t get lost (which would mean money couldn’t be inherited). A basic Will alone won’t do this.

You don’t pay until you’re happy

We’ll chat to you to understand your personal situation, and happily give you our thoughts on your options, without charging you a penny. You only pay if you decide you want us to create your documents.

Clear, straightforward pricing

We offer flat fees (including VAT so there’s no surprises) so you don’t have to worry about mounting-by-the-hour costs.

Will + End-of-Life Plan

Designed for everyone

£250 One Person (inc VAT)   

£350 Couple (inc VAT)

What you get

Your Will written by specialist advisers

Expert advice from qualified will-writers who’ll explain what’s best for you (rather than an off-the shelf package)

Your personal digital Kinvault

A place to manage and store your end-of-life planning digitally, making it easy for your family to step into your shoes

A smooth handover to people you trust 

When you die (or can’t make decisions yourself), we hand over your Kinvault to your family and trusted advisers without any delays or extra costs

End-of-Life Plan Only

If you have a Will already

£50 setup + £20 a year (all inc VAT)

What you get

Your Will checked over by specialist advisers

Expert advice on your existing Will to make sure it’s is doing what you need it to

Your personal digital Kinvault

A place to manage and store your end-of-life planning digitally, making it easy for your family to step into your shoes

A smooth handover to key people 

When you die (or can’t make decisions yourself), we hand over your Kinvault to your family and trusted advisers without any delays or extra costs.

Perfect add-ons to a Kinherit Will

Asset Protection Trusts

£1100 (one person) £1500 (Couple)

Protects your wealth from falling into the wrong hands for future generations, due to partner remarrying, children divorcing, etc.  Allows for more complex wishes to be carried out.

Physical Will & Document Storage

£40 per year

We can securely store the signed paper copy of your Will (and any other documents) for you.  Although your Kinvault can hold a digital copy, a judge will need to see the original paper version.

Lasting Power of Attorney (Property & Financial)

£100 per person (plus application fee*)

Nominating someone you trust to make decisions regarding your property or finances if ill health means you are no longer able to do this yourself.

Lasting Power of Attorney (Health & Welfare)

£100 per person (plus application fee*)

Nominating someone you trust to make decisions for you on your care and welfare if ill health means you’re no longer able to do this yourself.

 *The government body known as the Office of the Public Guardian charges an application fee of £82

 

Our other Services

Some services don’t have fixed fees because they depend on your personal situation.  

Deed of Severance
Convert the ownership of your property to increase protection for you against things like care fees and inheritance tax.

Deed of Variation
Amend an existing Will after death, if you need to deal with a problem executor or to make it more tax efficient.

Property, Lifetime & Gift Trusts
Set up specific trusts to make your estate more tax efficient and ensure things are managed exactly as you would wish.

Business Relief Planning
Make sure your business and certain investments (eg AIM-listed and private shares) are dealt with in a tax efficient manner for future generations.

Ready to future-proof your Will and wishes?