About Will Registration
Certainty does not need to see a copy of your Will to register it. Registration records the existence and tags the location of your Will on Certainty the National Will Register, so that the people you have left your estate to, or those you have chosen to be your executors, can find it when you have passed away. Registration ensures that if beneficiaries and executors are unaware that you have written a Will or forget where it's located, it can be easily found by conducting a Register Will Search.
The existence of your Will and its location are confidential. Only when you have passed away can your Will's location be declared. Even then, it will be disclosed only when the person searching for your Will has a genuine, bona fide interest and that person can provide a copy of your death certificate.
7 Million Wills
Through members of the public and legal members of Certainty the National Will Register circa seven million Wills are contained within Certainty’s National Will Register. At peak times a Will is registered every 2 seconds with Certainty.
Each and every day, the people who have written their Wills and registered them with Certainty have protected their beneficiaries against the Will being forgotten, or the Will being untraced after a death.
Every day Certainty help people to find Wills quickly and easily.
How do I register my Will?
You can register your Will here online today, or if your Will was written by a regulated professional they can register it for you and normally without a cost.
Registration only takes a couple of minutes.