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Instruction Form for a Mirror (Two) Last Wills.  

The mirror will form was designed for convenience allowing two people within relationships to complete the one form together. 

It is not possible to have a joint will they must be individual so they are two individual and  separate legal documents with similar contents. The respective individuals can chose to become sole beneficiary and sole executor in each others will. 
Normally Priced £79.98 reduced to £69.98 for two

 

NOTE if you intend to exclude natural or adopted children under the age of 18 then we will not be able to assist you in making your will online and you should consult with a specialist family solicitor.

You may legally appointing a guardian for your children in your will.

A mirror will is when a husband and wife, couples, civil partnerships or just friend who wish to make almost identical wills leaving everything to each other respectively should  one partner die and, or in the unlikely event that both should perish together, then their estates would pass direct to their children or a named chosen beneficiary. 

Around 90 percent of  Last Wills and Testacies are quite straight forward and that is what WiseWills is all about.  Individual Gifts to relatives or individuals or charities can also be bequeathed in the will along with funeral preferences.

 

Please complete ONLY the relevant sections for you in the below Instruction form you will have ample opportunity during the drafting of your Last Will to make amendments and to alter or add to any information supplied here.

What happens when we have received your Instruction form?

We shall prepare, based on your submitted instructions, a first draft of your Last Will & Testament and then email it to you for your perusal and any alteration, correction, question or comments you may have. We may advise you of any other information we feel may be necessary or relevant and advise you of any other options you may have.

 

 You only need to  fill in the sections that are relevant to you..

 

Instruction Form for a Mirror (Two) Last Wills  

Select only the items that apply to you by ticking the boxes in the form    

Section 1:       Your Details. The person named first on the form will be Will A

Salutation Mr  Mrs   Miss   Rev    Dr    Other 
Your Full Name                    Will A
Spouse/Partners name     Will B:
 Your Address        

                                     

                                                              Post Code

Country of Residence       
Telephone Number         
Please State If You Are:  Single  Married    Civil Partnership   Divorced    Separated   Living Together    Widowed   

Other relationship  

Are you both over 18 and of sound mind?   Yes No 
Section 2:            Who would you like to leave the residue of your estate to?
 

The residue is the remainder of an estate after the deduction of taxes, just debts. Specific gifts, legacies and the expenses of administering your last will.  

Please select only 1 of the 2 options.

 

Option 1: We would like to leave our estate to each other?  

 

 

Option 2: To each other,  but if he or she dies to child/children?       

 

Please State If You Are:  Single  Married    Civil Partnership   Divorced    Separated   Living Together    Widowed   

Other relationship  

                                  

Section 3:                                  Your Choices
Do you want to appoint each other  as your SOLE BENEFICIARY and  EXECUTOR? i.e. they are to inherit your entire estate and be your chosen executor.

This is common for married couples, or people in close relationships.     

Select YES or NO below

Yes    No  If yes, insert full names of each others choice below.
Full name Will A's choice

Full name Will B's choice 

If you have chosen option 1: Go to section 7, Alternate Beneficiaries.

 

If you have chosen Option 2: complete the sections below regarding children.

If you have chosen Option 2:    

would you like your estate divided equally between your children.

Yes No (I.E.) I leave everything to my spouse/partner, if they should pre-decease me then I leave my estate to my children in equal shares.

Section 4:                      Children  (including adopted children)              
Your Natural Children  including legally adopted children?  

Do not enter stepchildren here

Will A: How many children do you have including legally adopted children?
Will B: How many children do you have including legally adopted children?
Children cannot take until the age of 18. Would you like to stipulate an older age 21 for example) If children are under age 18 the will provides a trust clause appointing your executors as trustees.
What are your childrens names       (Do not include stepchildren)
Will A Age over 18     Yes   No  
Will A Age over 18     Yes   No  
Will A Age over 18     Yes   No  
If same parentage just add (as above)    (Do not include stepchildren)
Will B Age over 18      Yes  No
Will B Age  over 18     Yes  No
Will B Age over 18      Yes  No   
If you have more children use the additional information box at the end of the form
Section 5: Your Stepchildren? 
Do You or your partner have any stepchildren?         Yes    No           
Will A: Do you have any stepchildren?  Yes     No   If yes how many?
Will A: Do you wish your stepchildren to inherit     Yes      No
Will A: Do you wish to leave a gift to stepchildren Yes      No
Put your stepchildren's names below if you wish to add them as beneficiaries.

#If you are un-sure leave blank and we will advise during the drafting.

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2,
3,
If you have more step-children use the additional information box at the end of the form
Will B: Your stepchildren
Will B: Do you have any stepchildren?  Yes No  if yes how many?
Will B: Do you wish your stepchildren to inherit     Yes  No
Will B: Do you wish to leave a gift to stepchildren Yes      No
Put your stepchildren's names below if you wish to add them as beneficiaries.

#If you are un-sure leave blank and we will advise during the drafting.

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2,
3,
                                                 Section 6
                         Appointing a guardian for your children?

If you are a parent with children under the age of 18 this is probably the most important  reason why you should make a Last Will. 

Would you like to appoint a guardian  in this will YES     No

*Guardian name   

Guardians Address 

 

Alternate Beneficiaries.             Section 7

                                        Alternate Beneficiaries.

In the event that your beneficiary pre-decease you you should add an alternate beneficiary or beneficiaries.

For example, if you have chosen your spouse or partner to inherit your estate and they pre-decease you, or in the unlikely event that you perish together, you may chose to alternately leave your estate to siblings and or parents, or even to a charity or best friend.

If you are un-sure you will have ample opportunity during the drafting of your Last Will to get advice and make amendments to any information given at any point.

Will A: Do you wish to name an alternate beneficiary?  Yes No  (if no go to section 8)
Will B: Do you wish to name an alternate beneficiary?  Yes No  (if no go to section 8) 
Will A:  how many alternate beneficiaries  
Will B:  how many alternate beneficiaries  

Will A:

Is your estate to be divided in equal shares to the alternate beneficiary?

Yes  No    If no complete % box below.

Will A: Enter alternate beneficiary  name below if you wish to add them as beneficiaries.
Will A: alternate beneficiary Name%
Will A: alternate beneficiary Name%
Will A: alternate beneficiary Name %   
Will A: alternate beneficiary Name %   

(if more than 4  use the text box at the end of the form)

Will B: Alternate Beneficiaries

Is your estate to be divided in equal shares to the alternate beneficiary?

Yes  No If no complete % box below.

Will B: Enter alternate beneficiary  name below if you wish to add them as beneficiaries.
Will B: alternate beneficiary Name%
Will B: alternate beneficiary Name%
Will B: alternate beneficiary Name %   
Will B: alternate beneficiary Name %   

(if more than 4  use the text box at the end of the form)

                                                  Section 8
                           Appointing Your ALTERNATE Executors.

Your alternate executor  other than your spouse or partner.

If you have added alternate beneficiaries above they can act as executors, jointly or in succession.

If you have chosen option 2 you can appoint your children if over age 18. Otherwise an appropriate adult.

It must be someone you trust and they will only act if your principle beneficiary/Executor has pre-deceased you. You could also appoint this person to act alongside your spouse or partner to support them if you so wished.

Name at least one executor below.

You may have up to four executors if you wish.
Will A: Your alternate executor  other than your spouse or partner
Alternate Executors Name     

Alternate Executors Address 

Second Executor Name    *Optional

Their  address 

Will B
Will B: Your alternate executors (if different from above)
We have chosen the same executors Yes    If yes, go to section 9 below
Alternate Executors Name     

Alternate Executors Address 

Second Executor Name    *Optional

Their  address 

Exclusions from your will       Section 9
                                    Exclusions from your will

This means anyone who you think may have a claim to your estate.

Add below any person that that you would wish to exclude from benefiting in any way from your estate. (Such as estranged spouse or partner or sibling). Add below any person that that you would wish to exclude from benefiting in any way from your estate.

NOTE if you intend to exclude natural or adopted children under the age of 18 then we will not be able to assist you in making your will and you should consult a specialist family solicitor.

Enter their name and relationship to you.  (If in doubt add them)

 

WILL A: Do you wish to name any exclusions?   Yes    No 

Name & Relationship

Name & Relationship

Name & Relationship

WILL B: Do you wish to name any exclusions?   Yes    No 

Name & Relationship

Name & Relationship

Name & Relationship

   Gifts.                                       Section 10
Section 10:                                    Gifts.

Do you have any specific gifts to name in your will?

If you want to leave any "small inexpensive" gifts in your will it is acceptable for you to provide a written  list yourself entitled, "A Memorandum of Wishes", which you should keep alongside your will. This has the advantage that you can alter or update your list of small gifts without having to amend your Last Will. (£200 limit  is our suggestion in monetary value)  If you are un-sure you will have ample opportunity during the drafting of your Last Will to get advice and information.

Please enclose a memorandum of wishes page with our Last Wills  Yes    No 

Will A: Do you have any specific gifts to name in your will?

Yes    No 

Will B: Do have any specific gifts to name in their will?  

Yes    No 

                                              Section 11
             Funeral Arrangements and Recital. Organ Donation, Charities.

 

Will A: Do you have any funeral preference?

Buried?    Cremated?       or have no preference?

Will B: Do you have any funeral preference?

Buried?    Cremated?       or have no preference?

Do you or your partner wish to add a recital in your Last Will.

This could be perhaps a request for your ashes to be scattered at sea. A burial and service at your preferred church your favorite hymn. It could be a thank you message, or any comments you wish to leave to your loved ones. 

Will A: Your Recital

Will B: Your Recital

Organ Donation

WILL A: Would you like to Donate Organs Yes    No

Would you like to leave your mortal remains to medical research Yes    No

Organ Donation

WILL B: Would you like to Donate Organs Yes    No

Would you like to leave your mortal remains to medical research Yes    No

(In some situations after medical research you may qualify for a funeral service payment)

                                                    Section 12
Section 12:                         Additional information 

Do you have any comments, questions or have additional information for us? Would either party wish to leave a gift to a favorite charity for example

Additional information box

                                              Section 13
                                  Keeping Your Will up to Date

                                without worrying about costs or time.

Annual Retainer Service £5.00 Per Will (Optional Service)

Don’t forget if you take this option you may also seek our advice in the future; free of charge, with questions or concerns you have regarding your will.

 Here are just some of the events that would ordinarily require a change to your last Will. Certainly there are other reasons.

  1. If you marry or divorce
  2. If you join together into a civil partnership or dissolution or annulment of a civil partnership.
  3. The birth or adoption of children
  4. To add or change guardians for children
  5. A significant change in financial status
  6. A significant change in tax laws
  7. A desire to add beneficiaries
  8. A desire to change beneficiaries
  9. The death or incapacity of a named executor or trustee
  10. To change personal details like address changes for you or someone mentioned in the will
  11. You may also seek our advice in the future; free of charge, with questions or concerns you have regarding your will.
  12. We shall also keep a copy of your Will and shall replace it if for YOU if it is damaged, lost or destroyed.

This service guarantees you that WiseWills shall  make you  a new Last Will whenever you want to amend or change any details in it, no matter how often, so long as you continue with the annual £5 per will premiums.

Think to yourself? How long did it take you to get around to making this Last Will? Take out our retainer service and you will use it often, we guarantee it. Imagine only the simple changes that happen like the next time you move house, or your executors, guardians or children do, need we go on!

 

We would both like to take the annual retainer service of £5.00 per annum per will, fixed fee for 5 years from today.

Yes we do want the annual retainer service  Yes  

No we do not want the annual retainer            No    

We will send you a standing order to collect future payments.

Declaration

We confirm that we are over the age of 18 years, and are of sound mind. The information on this form is complete and accurate and is to be used as the basis for preparing our Last Will and Testament. In addition to appointments, and distribution of residue, We agree to our executors having normal powers to aid the administration of Our Estates. We know of no circumstances which would prevent our Estates being distributed as We have requested.

We agree to provide replies to emails and drafts pertaining to our wills in a timely manner.

We understand that a Last Will only becomes legally valid after it has been signed and witnessed, and witnesses must not be beneficiaries, spouse, civil partners or partners or relatives of the aforementioned.
We agree that We are responsible for providing personal details such as correct full names and addresses.

Any corrections that have been caused by error on the part of this professional will writing company. "WiseWills", will be amended without question, but whose liability for such errors will be restricted to providing replacement documents. 

We agree to the above       

We disagree to the above   

  

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What happens when we have received your Instruction form?

We shall prepare, based on your submitted instructions, a first draft of your Last Will & Testament and then email it to you for your perusal and any alteration, correction, question or comments you may have. We may advise you of any other information we feel may be necessary or relevant and advise you of any other options you may have.

Your information is legally protected and will not be passed on to any other party.

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