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How does the editing membership work?

The editing membership allows you to make unlimited changes to any of the documents you do with us. The first year is free if you join when purchasing a document, and after that, you will be charged a small yearly fee. You can cancel your editing membership at any time.

What payment options do you accept?

We partner with Stripe to offer secure payment options. We accept all major credit cards, as well as Google and Apple Pay, depending on your device and browser.

How do I cancel my editing membership?

You can cancel your editing membership at any time from the billing section in your account page: https://wills.noblewills.com/dash/account

When would I need to edit my Will?

You may need to edit your Will if you have a change in circumstances, such as a new child, a new property, new investments, or a new business. You may also want to edit your Will if you change your mind about who you want to be your executor or beneficiaries.

What happens to my Will if NobleWills closes down?

If NobleWills closes down, your Will remains valid provided that you have followed our instructions to sign and witness your Will. If you have stored it with us, we will return your Will to you.

Does NobleWills offer consultation meetings?

Yes, we offer consultation meetings for a fee. If you decide to use us after the meeting, we offer a discount on the service. Please contact us to arrange a meeting.

Is NobleWills a law firm?

We are not a law firm, but a cross border Will writing service. Our Will specialists themselves are individually regulated by the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners.

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NobleWills is a will writing service. Although NobleWills is comprised of qualified lawyers, we are not a law firm, tax advisor, nor a substitute for a lawyer’s advice about complex estate planning issues.