Book your appointment now to get your will written in exchange for a charitable donation
Bookings are now being taken for
Will Aid appointments this November. Throughout the month, participating solicitors will not charge a fee for writing wills - all they ask for in return is that clients make a donation to the nine Will Aid charities, which include the NSPCC.
Will Aid is a fantastic opportunity for you to get your affairs in order and ensure your loved ones are provided for.
And, after you've taken care of those closest to you, could you do something amazing for children and leave a small percentage of whatever's left to the NSPCC? A gift in your will, no matter how big or small, will help to ensure we can continue to be there for vulnerable children in the future.
How Will Aid works
- If you wish to write your will through Will Aid, find a participating solicitor near you
- You can then 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, benefiting nine charities including the NSPCC.
Suggested 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, including the NSPCC.
Take part in Will Aid
Search for a participating solicitor near you or call the Will Aid hotline on
0300 0300 013.
Will Aid is extremely popular so please book early to avoid disappointment! Visit www.willaid.org.uk for more information.
Find a Will Aid solicitor
Find a solicitor participating in the Will Aid scheme near you to book your appointment.
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