wills and trusts

A will is something we all know we need, but few of us actually have. At The Mortgage Mum, we help you find a will writing service that isn’t costly or time-consuming. In fact, planning now could save you money on inheritance tax, putting your mind at ease and ensuring your family receives the most from the legacy you leave behind.

talk to our team

Our team works closely with trusted firms offering will writing services. If you feel the time is right to consider the future, simply click ‘get in touch’, answer a few questions on our contact form and we’ll be in touch to offer advice on writing your will.

Some of the products listed are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, and we may refer you to a 3rd party for these services.

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application quick guide

we’ll check your details

When you provide us with your information, we appreciate some of it may be delicate. We treat all data with the utmost security and confidentiality.

we’ll get in touch

We’ll arrange a chat, either in person or over the phone, to get to know you and the precise will writing services you require.

we’ll find the right cover

We know the market inside and out, and will search the entire range of will writing providers available to find the one that meets your needs.

hitting all the right notes…

Seeing a family settle into a new home with a mortgage that suits them and insurance that secures them. It’s what makes The Mortgage Mum team tick.

most common faqs

What is the cost of making a will?

Prices for our will services start from £150 depending on the complexity of your will.

Does a qualified solicitor need to write the will?

No, here at The Mortgage Mum we have specialist and dedicated estate planning department who would be happy to offer will advice and assist you in the competition of your will.

What are executors and trustees? Do I need them for wills and trusts?

An executor is the person(s) or company you trust to carry out your wishes in your will. A trustee is a company or person formally appointed to manage the assets of a trust and distribute to your beneficiaries accordingly.

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so, let’s get talking!

If there’s anything you’d like to chat about, whether that’s our services, our mortgages or insurance, just get in touch…