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Will Aid month is running during November when solicitors offer to write a will in return for a donationlink3.gif to charity. But spaces can run out quickly so book ahead.

 

Will Aid is a special partnership between the legal profession and nine of the UK's best-loved charities. Every November, participating solicitors waive their fee for writing a basic Will. Instead, they invite their clients to make a donationlink3.gif to Will Aid. Each year, thousands of people use the Will Aid scheme. They not only gain peace of mind by writing their Will, they help fund life-changing charity work at the same time.

How Will Aid works

 

 

  • If you wish to write a willlink3.gif through Will Aid, click here to find out which local solicitors are participating.
  • You contact your chosen solicitor directly to make an appointment.
  • Your solicitor will advise you on what you need to take into consideration and will then draft your Will.
  • Your solicitor will waive their usual fee, inviting you to make a donation to the Will Aid charities instead.
  • Suggested minimum donations are £90 for a basic single Will or £135 for a pair of basic mirror Wills.
  • If your Will is more complex, you and your solicitor can agree a separate fee for the extra work outside of the Will Aid arrangement.
  • All the money raised by Will Aid is then divided between the nine Will Aid charities.

For more information and to find a participating solicitor near you go to Will Aid.

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We have had several incidents where partners have died, not leaving a Will. This causes many problems. So even if you don't take up this offer, please do make a Will.. whatever your age !

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Just updating this page - Apparently EVERY November, participating Solicitors offer this service.

 

 

https://www.willaid.org.uk/will-makers

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