Making your Will

While thinking, talking and planning for death may feel uncomfortable, writing a valid Will is the only way you can be sure that your wishes are carried out and your loved ones provided for after your death.

Regardless of how much or how little money you feel you have, it is important to make a Will because if you die without a Will , there are certain rules which dictate how your money, property or possessions should be allocated, which may not be as you wished.

Choosing the right will for you

Professional Wills

Wills are legal documents, and small errors can cause big problems, it’s preferable to have someone legally qualified draft it for you.

Unfortunately it’s not easy to review and assess individual solicitors or Will-writers so the primary focus tends to be on cost, not feedback or expertise. If you’ve complicated affairs, then looking for recommendations and the reputation of individual will writers or solicitors is best.

Christian Legacy Member Schemes

It is worth contacting member charities of Christian Legacy to see if they offer solicitor will writing schemes. Do remember if a charity is paying for your Will, it may be paying £100s, so please seriously consider leaving a bequest.

The Lawyers' Christian Fellowship (LCF)

You may instead wish to choose a Christian Solicitor, or a solicitor experienced in dealing specifically with Wills. You can find more information and details of solicitors at the Lawyers’ Christian Fellowship (LCF) -





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