Make your Will online
Perhaps you would like the convenience of making your Will online?
LauraLynn Ireland’s Children’s Hospice has partnered with www.lawonline.ie to offer you a free online Will-writing service. This is a service where you can draft a wide range of legal documents online including your Will.
Even better, having made your Will, you can also have the reassurance of having it reviewed by one of LawOnline’s solicitors at an additional fee of €100 or just €35 for amending an existing Will.
How it Works:
- Contact our Gifts in Will Officer Ruth on 01 2893151 or E: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ruth will send you a Legacy Pack, which includes your voucher code and some useful tips and information.
- Visit www.lawonline.ie and click on ‘Personal’ or ‘Business’ on the Homepage.
- A comprehensive list of documents are displayed on the left, and you can choose the options a. Making a Will or b. Amending a Will.
- Select either a. FREE digital option or b. Will with Solicitor Review.
- Enter your ‘Voucher Code’ and check out.
- You will be taken step by step through drafting your document by answering a series of questions. Simultaneously, you will be able to view the text of your Will being created in the adjacent panel of your screen.
- You can save it at any time and log back in to complete later.
- You can also select an option to have it reviewed by LawOnLine’s solicitor at an additional fee.
You don’t have to include a charity in your Will, but should you choose to do so, remember it will be completely free of inheritance tax.
Various Will Options:
These are the various links to information and the various options of Wills which you can make:
- Comprehensive Will for a married person or civil partner
- Comprehensive Will for an unmarried person
- Mutual Will for married couples or civil partners
- Mirror Will for married couples or civil partners
- Letter of wishes
Amending a Will:
- Codicil making a gift to an Irish charity – i.e amending your Will to include a gift to a charity
- Codicil making an additional gift to an existing beneficiary