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    • Katd1
    • By Katd1 5th Apr 18, 9:58 AM
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    Free legal wills with Mail on Sunday
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    Free legal wills with Mail on Sunday 5th Apr 18 at 9:58 AM
    You can get a Free will with this Sunday's Mail on Sunday (8th April). You just need to buy the paper (to get the code) and sign up to MyMail. Wills are from Farewill.com, and you can get one just for you (worth £90) or you and your partner (worth £135).
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    • stphnstevey
    • By stphnstevey 5th Apr 18, 4:05 PM
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    • 5th Apr 18, 4:05 PM
    You can get a Free will with this Sunday's Mail on Sunday (8th April). You just need to buy the paper (to get the code) and sign up to MyMail. Wills are from Farewill.com, and you can get one just for you (worth £90) or you and your partner (worth £135).
    Originally posted by Katd1
    I note you are a new member and I am unable to find any details of this elsewhere. May I ask where you came by this information?
    • Doc N
    • By Doc N 5th Apr 18, 4:15 PM
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    • 5th Apr 18, 4:15 PM
    Beware. Farewill is an online wills service, not a firm of solicitors.

    And although everything always looks superficially fine at the outset with companies like this any problems only arise many years later after the death. By that time it’s usually too late to do anything about it and frequently it involves heavy legal costs to try to put things right.

    Solicitors make far more money out of invalid wills than creating new ones. The Law Society covers their work.

    Who do you turn to if one of these online wills proves invalid?
    • quoia
    • By quoia 5th Apr 18, 11:18 PM
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    • 5th Apr 18, 11:18 PM
    I note you are a new member and I am unable to find any details of this elsewhere. May I ask where you came by this information?
    Originally posted by stphnstevey

    https://www.mymail.co.uk/pages/free-will



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    From investing into tax-friendly ISA’s to pensions and tax allowances, we have all the simple and legal ways in which you can start saving thousands of pounds.

    PLUS, kick-start your saving plans by claiming a FREE will service for up to two people (worth up to £135), from the UK’s number one will service - Farewill.

    Secure your peace of mind with the help of Farewill’s dedicated and experienced solicitors, saving fortunes on the cost, time and hassle of visiting a solicitor.

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    Terms and Conditions: Open to England & Wales residents aged 18 or over. Promotion opens at 00:01 on 08/04/2018 and closes at 23:59 on 06/06/2018. Unique Number from either The Daily Mail or The Mail On Sunday newspaper dated between 8 and 11th April 2018 and a MyMail account linked to a Nectar card required. Entrant must enter the Unique Number from the back page of the newspaper between Sunday, 8 and Wednesday, 11 April 2018 into their MyMail account to unlock qualification for the free will reward online at MyMail. Unique number must be entered at MyMail.co.uk by 15th April 2018 to receive the offer. One free 12 month subscription each to Farewill’s will service for the reader and their partner (also aged 18+) (worth £90 for one person, £135 for two) per reader participating in the Promotion. The reader will be contacted by email and/or SMS, in the 30 day period prior to the end of the initial 12 month period to remind the reader that unless the subscription is cancelled the reader will be automatically charged a renewal fee of £10 for another year. One entry per MyMail account. Full T&Cs apply, see mymail.co.uk/pages/fairwill-terms . The Promoter is Farewill Ltd, 7 Ability Plaza, Arbutus Street, London, England, E8 4DT, UK (company number 09701947).
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    • Heng Leng
    • By Heng Leng 6th Apr 18, 6:47 AM
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    England and Wales only.
    • redballoon919
    • By redballoon919 6th Apr 18, 11:32 AM
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    • 6th Apr 18, 11:32 AM
    Please do beware unregulated Wills
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    • 6th Apr 18, 11:32 AM
    Do make sure the company is regulated as you could suffer major stress and cost at a time you do not need it. There is a big problem with Barclays Bank Will division not being regulated and people are now suffering as they have no come back on Barclays.
    • Secret Lady
    • By Secret Lady 6th Apr 18, 4:54 PM
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    • 6th Apr 18, 4:54 PM
    Which wills (Which Magazine)
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    • 6th Apr 18, 4:54 PM
    Does anyone know if Which Wills are regulated, they are an offshoot of the Which magazine?

    If not, how do I find out?

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    • Katd1
    • By Katd1 8th Apr 18, 2:17 PM
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    Offer runs until Wednesday 11th April. Buy a copy of Daily Mail and enter the code, any day this week until Wednesday 11th April
    • knightstyle
    • By knightstyle 13th Apr 18, 7:56 PM
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    • 13th Apr 18, 7:56 PM
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    • 13th Apr 18, 7:56 PM
    Much better to have a proper will done by a solicitor through Willaid.
    Every year, in November I think, hundreds of solicitors join and will do a will in return for a donation to Willaid charity, the solicitor gets nothing and many match the donation.
    We paid £150 a few years ago for two wills and the charity got £300 for their work.
    The money goes to many large well known charities, Red Cross, NSPCC, Christian Aid, Age UK, Save the Children etc.
    See www.willaid.org.uk
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