Protect your will
Secure verifiable digital record of
your testamentary capacity
Why does testamentary capacity matter?
Your will can be challenged by someone who thinks they should have received more from you.
They may well say you didn't know what you were doing when you made your will - that you lacked "testamentary capacity".
The court must decide on the evidence available whether you had testamentary capacity when you made your will.
Capacity Vault provides that evidence.
How it works
Watch a short tutorial before you get started.
Make your capacity vault recording for your peace of mind.
Permanent, legally verifiable access for those closest to you.
Why choose Capacity Vault?
Accessible system for all ages and abilities.
We are accessible to people with hearing or visual impairments. Our clear messages allow anyone to protect their wishes.
Permanent and secure storage of your recording.
We use secure on and off-site storage facilities. That means your recording is protected even if something happens to us.
Legally certified storage and recovery procedures.
We give every recording a secure and tamper-proof digital seal. That means we can legally certify evidence for the courts.
Free access to your records for those closest to you.
We deliver a fully legally certified copy of your recording to our subscribers' executors if your will is challenged - for free.
Unique, encrypted digital ID for every recording.
Once you make your recording we give it a secure ID or "hash". That means we can prove every recording is genuine.
Designed and approved by Trust and Estate Practitioners.
The senior solicitor and barrister on our team are STEP members and/ or fully qualified TEP practitioners.
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Information Commissioner’s Office
The ICO upholds information rights in the public interest. By registering we promote data privacy for individuals and best practice when it comes to your information.
The Society of Will Writers
The SWW is the leading body for Professional Estate Planners with over 1,700 members across the UK, Europe, Asia, and Africa. As members, we subscribe to a strict code of conduct designed to protect consumers.