Write or update your Will for Free

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Our Free Will Service allows anyone over 18 to easily write or update a simple Will for free.

Whether you would like to write your Will in person, online or over the phone, we partner with best-in-class solicitors and Will-writing providers to give you expert support.

Your local solicitor

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Write or update your Will with one of our partnered solicitors. You can find your local solicitor online or call our team on 0300 123 7733

Find a solicitor 

 

 

Online

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Use Farewill and Co-op Legal Services online in England and Wales. Wills by Brodies are available in Scotland. 

Farewill

Co-op Legal Services 

Wills by Brodies

 

Over the phone

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Use Co-op in England and Wales over the phone. Hunt solicitors are available to supporters in Northern Ireland. 

Hunt Solicitors: 0289 042 8600

 

 

How leaving a gift in your Will supports research

£4,000

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Could buy a diamond knife to slice through cells, allowing us to study them closely to find new ways to target cancer's weak spots. 

   

£7,000

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Could fund one week of our Add Aspirin clinical trial into stopping cancer coming back after treatment 

 

15% of a £400,000 estate

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Could buy a DNA-sequencing machine that allows our scientists to analyse a huge amount of DNA very quickly, helping them to learn more about cancer 

                              

I will continue to fight cancer until I pass away, so why not continue to fight cancer when I am gone - Jo, Pledger

Jo, one of our pledgers

I decided to leave a gift in my Will to Cancer Research UK and used the Free Will Service. I am leaving a gift because we have been fighting cancer as a family since my wife Sue was diagnosed in 1993. She was diagnosed with phaeochromocytoma in 1993 and given six months to live. Fortunately, Sue was able to have a radioactive treatment. The treatment allowed her to live a normal life, bringing up the children and going back to work until she sadly passed away in 2003.

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