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Take advantage of our Free Will Service and write or update a simple Will for free.
 
Our service is open to all ages and we offer a variety of first-class will making services to suit your needs.

You don’t have to leave a gift to Cancer Research UK when you use our service, but we’re extremely grateful if you choose to. Around 3 out of 4 people who use our service decide to pledge a gift to help support our life-saving research. 

 

Take advantage of our Free Will Service and write or update a simple Will for free.
 
Our service is open to all ages and we offer a variety of first-class will making services to suit your needs.

You don’t have to leave a gift to Cancer Research UK when you use our service, but we’re extremely grateful if you choose to. Around 3 out of 4 people who use our service decide to pledge a gift to help support our life-saving research. 

How you can you use our Free Will Service

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do I need a Will?

A Will tells everyone what you want to happen to your money, possessions and property after you die. If you don’t leave a Will, then the law will decide what happens to your ‘estate’ (this is your money, possessions and property) – and this might not be in line with your wishes.

Why is a Will important?

A Will is important if you have children or family who financially depend on you, or if you want to leave something to a cause you care about. It can also give you peace of mind, knowing that your family and friends will not be subjected to any expense or complex issues that may result from intestacy (if you do not make a Will).
 
What information is needed for a will? 

  1.  Personal details such as your full name, date of birth, current address, relationship status and names and dates of birth of any children you have.
  2. Your money, possessions and property - you'll need to consider what assets (items of value) you own, including those in your sole name and owned in joint names.
  3. Your beneficiaries – who you want your estate to go to when you die.

Do you write all Wills for free?
Most simple Wills are free using our Free Will Service. But, as a charity, we have to be very careful how we spend our money, so we have fixed fees for the service agreed with participating solicitors. You may be liable for any costs if you exceed this limit. We recommend you speak to your solicitor about your needs before using the service.
 
Information for solicitors
If you’re a solicitor and are interested participating in our Free Will Service, or if you are already a member of the scheme and would like leaflets, forms or other materials, our Free Will Service Team is here to help.

Phone us on 020 3469 8797 (Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm) or email us on LegacyOperations@cancer.org.uk

Face-to-Face

Face-to-face

Write or update your Will in person with one of our nationwide partnered solicitors.

or call our team on 0300 123 7733

Online

Online

Write your Will entirely online in as little as 15 minutes, with professional support from Farewill, the largest, trusted Will writer in the UK. Available to supporters in England and Wales.

 

Start your Will online with our trusted partner Co-op Legal Services and get a follow up call from their professional Will writers to review your circumstances and answer any questions you have. Available to supporters in England and Wales.

Phone

Over the phone

Create your simple Will over the phone with our trusted Co-op Legal Services partners. Available to supporters in England and Wales.

Call 0330 606 9613