Which? Legal Service offers free will

Just announced: if you join Which? Legal Service @ £43pa, you get a free will (for an individual or a couple).

Protect your loved ones with a FREE will

Simply call 01992 878 326. to subscribe to Which? Legal Service for just £43 and get your FREE Which? Will
Want to make sure your estate goes to the right people when you die? Now you can get the protection of Which? Legal Service for a year – and a FREE Which? Will. This really is great value for money. The will alone is worth £89 for an individual or £149 for a couple.
Which? Legal Service gives you unlimited access to our team of lawyers, who can advise you on a range of everyday legal matters. Whether you’ve been sold faulty goods, need help resolving an issue with a tradesperson or want to know your rights at work, Which? Legal Service can advise you.*
For just £43, you’ll have the peace of mind that you can contact Which? Legal Service for advice, as often as you need to. And with your FREE Which? Will, you don’t have to worry about the future.
Call Which? Legal Service today on 01992 878 326.
*For full details of the issues Which? Legal Service can advise on and our terms and conditions, click here
A Which? Will is not suitable in some circumstances these include but are not limited to the following: you live (or plan to live) outside England and Wales, your will needs to deal with business interests, or you are a joint property owner and don’t want to leave your share to the other joint owner(s).
Your free will code & details will be sent to you by email after 7-14 working days.



  • wheezy57
    wheezy57 Posts: 1,337 Forumite
    So, its not free then is it?
  • Biggles
    Biggles Posts: 8,209
    Combo Breaker First Post
    wheezy57 wrote: »
    So, its not free then is it?
    Technically, maybe it's an 'introductory offer', but I couldn't be bothered to play around by changing their wording, I assumed you would know what was meant.

    Anyway, it's additional to the other legal services they've always provided. I've been a member of it for a few years and it can be handy to have legal advice on tap.
  • wheezy57
    wheezy57 Posts: 1,337 Forumite
    Of course I understood what was meant. I read it differently. The bottom line is it still means that one is not getting the will done for free..
  • cattie
    cattie Posts: 8,841
    Name Dropper First Anniversary First Post
    It is free when you make a purchase, so just not free to all & sundry.
    The bigger the bargain, the better I feel.

    I should mention that there's only one of me, don't confuse me with others of the same name.
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