Make a Will Month 2020
Putting off writing your Will doesn't stop death from happening, but having a Will makes sure the people YOU care about won't have the extra stress and worry at an already difficult time.
This campaign will still happen and appointments will be booked when Covid-19 pandemic restrictions are lifted and the health and wellbeing of our supporters is not at risk.
I’ve already submitted a form what will happen now? – You will receive your enquiry pack through the post as promised. A member of our team will contact you once restrictions are lifted to book an appointment with your chosen solicitor.
I’m interested in taking part but don’t know what to do? – Complete the online form below and a member of our team will contact you once restrictions are lifted to book an appointment with your chosen solicitor.
I’m interested but need an appointment quickly – Unfortunately, we must abide by the Government’s advice so if you need an urgent appointment you should contact a solicitor of your choice directly
What are the benefits?
Reduce Inheritance Tax payable on the value of your property and gifts you leave behind.
YOU decide who will care for your children or family, who depend on you financially.
Leave a gift to a charity or to people outside your immediate family.
It is easy to make a Will and throughout May local solicitors are waiving their professional fees so you can make a donation to your local Hospice.
Is it too expensive?
Everything I own will go automatically to my spouse or children?
My assets are too insignificant?
These are all common misconceptions. When you die without leaving a Will, the law decides who gets what and how much; it doesn’t matter what your relationship with those people was like when you were alive.