Write or Update Your Will

 

By writing your Will, you’ll be taking a step to protect those closest to you and making sure they are taken care of if something happens to you. It also means that your wishes will be carried out exactly as you intend.

Whether you have considered writing a new Will or amending an existing Will, we can help.

How does it work?

We’ve teamed up with local solicitors and specialist Will-writers who you can guide you through the process.  You may prefer to complete it online in your own time, or you could make an appointment to chat to someone face to face, or on zoom. Simply choose one of the easy Will-writing options below.

If you are not sure what to include in your Will, why not take a look at the quick guide, pictured here.  The step-by-step guide helps you to prepare for your meeting with the Will-writers. It shows what kind of gifts you can leave, appointing an executor, and how you can decide on dividing your assets.

By choosing to make your Will with us, you’ll be helping to fund the specialist services we provide to patients who need us most. And if you decide to leave a legacy to Willen Hospice, we’ll be incredibly grateful for your kindness and support. Your solicitor will be on hand to advise you on this.

If you would like more information, please contact legacies@willen-hospice.org.uk or call us on 01908 663636.

Just a reminder that in May and November, during our Will Month, you’ll be able to write your Will free in return for a donation to us.

 

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11,000
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600
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