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will writing service

We can help you write your Will with our free to use service
Making a Will with a trusted professional can be costly and a bit daunting for many of us, so our Service is a cost-effective and simple way to plan ahead. You can choose a local law firm from our network of over 800 solicitors across the UK and they will prepare a simple Will for you, or you and your partner, for free. Your Will is an important way of looking after your loved ones and it's important to keep it update to date.
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Complete your details on this form, alternatively, you can contact our Senior Legacy Manager on +44 (0)300 777 7910 or email legacies@worldwidecancerresearch.org



















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Please note that we only have a limited availability for this free service. Once our annual allocation has been taken up, the offer may be withdrawn, so please register early to have your Will written or reviewed. You must supply a UK address when registering for the service.

DO I HAVE TO LEAVE A GIFT TO WORLDWIDE CANCER RESEARCH IN MY WILL?

Most people who use the Free Will Service choose to leave a gift, but there is no obligation to include a gift to us. If you choose to support us with a gift we'll be able to fund more cancer research projects.

CAN I LEAVE A GIFT FOR RESEARCH INTO A SPECIFIC TYPE OF CANCER?

Yes. Worldwide Cancer Research are the leading UK charity funding research at any recognised institution in the world into all types of cancer. Contact our Senior Legacy Manager to discuss this option and how we can personalise your gift.

WHY DO YOU OFFER A FREE SERVICE?

Making a Will with a trusted professional can be costly and daunting for many of us, so our service is a cost-effective and simple way to plan ahead, giving you peace of mind for the future. Your Will is an important way of looking after your loved ones and it is important to keep it update to date. A Will ensures that your property and possessions go to the people and the causes that you care about.

AM I TOO YOUNG TO WRITE A WILL?

It's never too early to start planning for the future. Writing a Will early on ensures your possessions go to people and causes you care about. Still unsure? Amy and her husband wrote their Will in their thirties'. Read her story here.

WHAT HAPPENS ONCE I REGISTER?

Once you get in touch, you'll receive a free information pack within 10 working days containing all the information you need to get started.

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If you have any questions, please contact Phae Jones, our Senior Legacy Manager.
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