After writing a will, printing it out at home and binding the pages together, there are a couple of steps you and your witnesses need to take to make it legally valid:
Your chosen witnesses need to be together with you when you sign your will. This is so that, if your will is contested after you die, they can testify that they watched you sign your will.
Your witnesses need to add their details to your will alongside their signature. This is so they can easily be contacted if your will is contested in the future.
If you’re writing a will using our online will writing service, you’ll find clear guidance on what to do next after downloading and printing your will.