You don’t have to include a gift to World Cancer Research Fund in the will you write, but we do hope you’ll consider it, after providing for those you love. So that you can help give future generations the power to prevent cancer.
You can choose one of the options below:
start your will online straight away, with legal advice available if you need it
write your will using a solicitor local to you
write your will in your home
Make your will online for free
We have partnered with Bequeathed so that you can start your online will immediately, from the comfort of your own home. You’ll receive all the support and guidance you need to complete your free online will and they offer a free 30-minute appointment with a legal firm to help you make your will.
To use this service visit Bequeathed and follow the three-step process to complete your will
Complete a short online interview: The questions Bequeathed ask help you gather all the information required to make your will quickly. It takes around 20 minutes and their team is online to help.
Get advice from an accredited firm: When you’ve completed the interview, Bequeathed arranges a free 30-minute appointment with a legal firm. You can choose to do this by phone or video call, at home or in their office. For most people, this is all they’ll need
Sign and witness your will: After your appointment, the legal firm sends you your free Will For Good. You simply sign it in front of witnesses and return to the firm for free secure storage.
We pay Bequeathed a fixed annual fee to offer this service to our supporters
Anyone over 18 can use this straightforward and convenient service
(If you are based in Northern Ireland or Scotland, we will refer you to the National Free Wills Network to write your will.)
Our free will writing pack is designed to help you with making or updating your will. It provides a step by step guide as well as a will writing planner, to help you save time and money when you visit your solicitor.