Pink Wills - The home of LGBT Wills
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Welcome to Pink Wills, For your LGBT-friendly online will

One in three Britons don't have a will but a will is one the most important legal documents that you can have. It specifies how your assets are distributed among your friends and family, what your wishes are and what your person. Our wills can be catered to the specific needs of the LGBT community and our friendly support staff will make sure to help you in any way they can.

Simple to Use

We made our online system really easy to use and understand.

Takes Minutes

You can create a will in about 10 minutes, depending on how much detail you want to include.

Official Document

The document is an official will and can be used legally.

Help & Support

Our staff will be there every step of the way to help!

Why do I need a will?

  • You can leave property to those you choose

    Choosing exactly what you'd like to do with your property and assessts makes the process less complicated and avoids situations that may be against your wishes

  • You can name a guardian for children and provide for them

    Choosing a guardian for your children allows you to choose someone you trust that may not be usually be considered.

  • You choose your executor

    An executor is someone who acts out your will by distributing your assets and handling your wishes.

  • You can gift a charity

    If a particular charity has touched you and you wish to leave a gift - you can specify this in your will. Alternatively if you have no one to distribute your assets to - you can give them to a charity of your choice.

  • You can plan for personal matters.

    This could be anything from burial arrangements, pet care to funeral arrangements. These can be specified in your will.



Your Details

Fill out your details such as your full name, address and your date of birth.


Specify who you would like to be in your will.

Specify Assets & Estate

Declare your assets and estate that are going to be allocated in the will.


Specify what you would like to give your beneficiaries.


Print out the document

Sign & Witness

Sign the document with a witness present and send it off to the given address. The witness must not be a beneficiary.


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"Your will tells everyone what should happen to your money, possessions and property after you die (all these things together are called your ‘estate’). If you don’t leave a will, the law decides how your estate is passed on – and this might not be in line with your wishes."

-Money Advice Service