Alex lost her husband suddenly. He died without having a will
Having to deal with complicated admin while coping with grief was the worst thing. And now she’s keen to make sure others don’t go through what she experienced.
That’s why she set up Lemons.Life and partnered with experienced solicitors to create an online will writing service. And at £90 and about 20 minutes, it’s cheaper & quicker than writing a will in-person. It’s all you need to ensure that when life throws lemons to your loved ones, they can still make lemonade.
Hear her story
We take care of you from start to finish
Why write a will with Lemons.Life?
Because you’re the zest!
Prevent family conflicts
No bitter lemons
Don’t leave your family sour
Avoid a big
inheritance tax bill
Why not try our tools out?
Understand some of the legal terms in plain English with our Jargon Buster. And figure out your Inheritance Tax with our handy calculator.
Making an online will is easy peasy
Tell us about your wishes. We’ve tossed away the jargon, so you can concentrate. In about 20 minutes you’ll have started your online will.
approve your will
Our team of legal experts will review your will and can have it approved, usually within 5 days.
Print, sign & pip pip hooray you’re done.
Now wait for the post - you’ll get instructions asking you to get it signed with two of your witnesses to make it legal. Then, break out the ice cubes.
Go make some lemonade
Or even some Gin & Tonic & lemon. Your will is done, go on & squeeze the day!
What you can do online through Lemons.life
Protect your children by leaving them with trusted people who will surely make them some lemonade.
assets & gifts
Who gets what slice from money, property, prized possessions or even your comic book collection.
Detail how you want to go. Wanna play a famous song by John Lemon? Well imagine all the people...at your funeral.
Someone you trust who can distribute your final gifts, possessions & messages to all your main squeezes.
Make a huge difference with a bit of Lemon-AID to your favourite charity.
Create a lasting power of attorney so that if you become incapacitated, others can make decisions for you.