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Instruct your Scottish will online anytime, anywhere.

Get a Scottish will that is tailored to you and prepared by legal experts.

Decide who makes decisions on your behalf if you are no longer able.

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Wills by Brodies

It’s important to plan for your future. Here at Brodies we listen to you about how you want to do that. When it comes to making important decisions about your personal circumstances we believe you should have access to the right legal services in a way that suits your lifestyle. Our online will, power of attorney and living will service allows you to provide your instructions online anytime, anywhere.

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Simple

Our easy-to-use service means you can instruct us to prepare your will or power of attorney wherever and whenever you like.

Tailor-made

We know that one size doesn’t fit all – that’s why our online will and power of attorney service is designed to be flexible to meet your specific needs and circumstances.

Expertise & Value

Our experts prepare and explain every document, providing a cost-effective way to plan for your future.

Your will in five simple steps

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1. Apply online & pay

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2. Speak with one of our team

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3. Review your draft documents

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4. Meet with a solicitor

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5. Brodies stores your will

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Frequently asked questions

1

Our easy to use cost calculator provides an indicative cost for each individual based on the services they are looking for, please click here to access the calculator.

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2

You should have a will if you would like to decide who receives your assets following your death.

If you die without a will (known as dying ‘intestate’), it is the law that decides how your estate is distributed.

This means that those closest to you may get nothing and those you do not wish to benefit may get it all.

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3

Incapacity can result from an illness but it can also result from an accident. We therefore recommend that everyone should have a power of attorney. A power of attorney allows you to choose who your attorneys are and what powers they have when acting on your behalf.

In the absence of a power of attorney, a guardianship order is required if an individual becomes incapable. This involves a Court procedure and is less flexible, more time consuming and significantly more expensive.

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A living will (also known as an advance directive) provides that where you are unable to communicate or take part in deciding on your medical treatment as a result of serious physical illness or mental incapacity, you wish that your life should not be sustained by artificial means and medical treatment should be limited to keeping you comfortable and free from pain.

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Frequently asked questions

Our easy to use cost calculator provides an indicative cost for each individual based on the services they are looking for, please click here to access the calculator.

View all FAQs

You should have a will if you would like to decide who receives your assets following your death.

If you die without a will (known as dying ‘intestate’), it is the law that decides how your estate is distributed.

This means that those closest to you may get nothing and those you do not wish to benefit may get it all.

View all FAQs

Incapacity can result from an illness but it can also result from an accident. We therefore recommend that everyone should have a power of attorney. A power of attorney allows you to choose who your attorneys are and what powers they have when acting on your behalf.

In the absence of a power of attorney, a guardianship order is required if an individual becomes incapable. This involves a Court procedure and is less flexible, more time consuming and significantly more expensive.

View all FAQs

A living will (also known as an advance directive) provides that where you are unable to communicate or take part in deciding on your medical treatment as a result of serious physical illness or mental incapacity, you wish that your life should not be sustained by artificial means and medical treatment should be limited to keeping you comfortable and free from pain.

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