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Use our free will writing services and consider leaving a gift for all women, and keep protecting and supporting them long into the future.

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National Free Wills Network

As a member of the National Free Wills Network, we can offer individuals who live in the United Kingdom the opportunity to have their wills written free of charge. The service is valid to make or amend a simple will, or simple mirror wills for couples. There is absolutely no obligation to include a gift to Breast Cancer Now in your will. However, we hope that our supporters will consider this after loved ones have been provided for.

What happens next?

Fill in your details on our online form, and the National Free Wills Network will get in touch with details of solicitors in your area that are taking part in the scheme. You’ll also receive a step-by-step guide to getting your will written or updated for free.

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Bequeathed, free online will service

If you’re looking for a convenient way to write or update your will, you can use our free online will-writing service, Will For Good. This is offered through our partnership with Bequeathed, and it’s available to you if you live in England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland.

Having an up-to-date will is the only way you can make sure the people and causes you care about are taken care of after you’re gone. There’s absolutely no obligation to include a gift to Breast Cancer Now in your will. However, we hope that some people will consider this after loved ones have been provided for.

How do I get started?

To start, create your account with Bequeathed and follow the simple steps to create a draft will.

With Bequeathed, you can make a start on your Will For Good right away. To get started, you just need to go online, register and complete the online will interview. You’ll then get all the support and guidance you need throughout the will-writing process, including access to hundreds of articles and the ability to talk to someone online or over the phone at a time that suits you.

You’ll receive online legal advice tailored to your situation and wishes, including recommendations or requirements from Bequeathed’s in-house solicitor. You can book a free appointment to discuss any of these in more detail.

How much will it cost?

You won’t have to pay anything for a basic will, which is suitable for most people. However, if your circumstances are complex and you need more advice, the legal firm will explain what’s needed and give you a quote.

What happens next?

Once you’ve completed the writing process, you’ll get your will sent to you, along with instructions on how to sign it correctly in front of witnesses. If you choose a basic will, you can even choose to have it emailed straight to you.

You’ll also receive a letter of advice summarising everything you’ve been told, and setting out what your will does and doesn’t do.

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Will For Good, telephone alternative

The easiest way to get started on your Will For Good is online. Bequeathed have made their online process accessible and straightforward, and there's plenty of help and guidance available to support you through the process. You can also ask a friend or family member to assist if you need extra support.

If you can’t go online to start your will, you can also start writing your Will For Good over the phone or on a video call.

How do I get started?

To start, book your telephone appointment with Bequeathed.

Before setting up a call, you should know:

  • You'll need to attend a follow-up appointment on a Zoom video call, so you will need to have access to a device with a video camera
  • You’ll also need an email address, so that a confirmation of your appointment can be emailed to you, along with the options to reschedule or cancel

Once you’ve booked the call, you’ll get a confirmation email with a Zoom telephone number to call. Or if you prefer Bequeathed to call you, you can ask for that instead.

The call will last for up to 45 minutes. A member of the Bequeathed team will talk you through the online will interview and complete it on your behalf.

You can then book a free 30-minute legal appointment to discuss your wishes further.

How much will it cost?

You won’t have to pay anything for a basic will, which is suitable for most people. However, if your circumstances are complex and you need more advice, the legal firm will explain what’s needed and give you a quote.

What happens next?

Once you’ve completed the writing process, you’ll get your will sent to you, along with instructions on how to sign it correctly in front of witnesses. If you choose a basic will, you can even choose to have it emailed straight to you.

You’ll also receive a letter of advice summarising everything you’ve been told, and setting out what your will does and doesn’t do.

Leaving a gift to future generations

As with all our free will-writing services, there is absolutely no obligation to include a gift to Breast Cancer Now in your will. However, we hope that some people will consider this after loved ones have been provided for.

A gift in your will can help make sure that by 2050, everyone diagnosed with breast cancer lives and is supported to live well.

Book your telephone appointment today