Help with making your Will
The importance of making your Will
Making your Will is one of the most important things you will
ever do. It not only legally protects your assets and those who you
wish to benefit, it also defines how you’d like certain matters to
be handled after your death. For example, your funeral or
appointing legal guardians for your children.
An estimated 61% of adults in the UK don’t have a valid
If you don’t have a Will, the state will decide who inherits
your assets and this might not include those who you had
Free guide to making your Will
It’s helpful to have a good understanding of what’s involved
before making any decisions about your Will.
Our free Will guide provides practical information to help you
understand everything that you will need to consider before making
your Will, including the role of executors and how to work out the
value of your estate.
The easier and more affordable way to make your Will
The idea of making a Will might seem a scary one, but it’s far
simpler and more affordable than many people realise. You can
arrange an appointment with a solicitor.
If visiting a solicitor seems daunting or difficult, we can help
St John Ambulance have teamed up with The Goodwill Partnership
to provide our supporters with an affordable and simple way to make
a Will in their own home.
All home visits are conducted by trained professionals who will
pass your instructions on to a panel solicitor, who will then write
your Will. If the solicitor needs to check or verify any aspect of
the Will, they will contact you directly.
The cost of a single Will is only £98 (+VAT), the lowest price
for a face-to-face Will writing service in England and Wales.
All solicitors in the scheme are members of and regulated by the
Law Society - so you’ll know that you’ll be in safe hands.