The importance of a Will

Writing a Will is, understandably, something which many of us find hard to think about, let alone do. Yet there’s little doubt that having a Will in place, and regularly updating it, brings peace of mind – knowing that you have been clear about exactly what you want to happen to your estate after you die, to make sure it’s inherited by the people important to you and who you most want to benefit.

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Making your Will as individual as you

A Will also involves very personal decisions – it is as individual as you are and the process of putting it in place should be a personal and individual one too.

Write Your Will month

This May, Wards Solicitors have teamed up with Brain Tumour Support for ‘Write Your Will month’ to raise awareness of the importance of a Will and to offer a special Will writing service in return for a donation to the charity.

It is a chance to engage one of Wards’ qualified Wills and Probate solicitors, who are kindly donating their time to draft or update a standard Will for you free of charge – a service which would usually cost upwards of £255 + VAT. You will not be charged for their services, instead you are invited to make a minimum donation of £100 to Brain Tumour Support.

It's easy to take part

Simply:

  • read through the Write Your Will pack here.

  • phone to make a convenient appointment either in person at their Thornbury offices or via video call

  • complete the Will Planner in the pack prior to your appointment

There are a limited number of Wills which can be completed through this special scheme and appointments will be made on a first come first serve basis so please do enquire as soon as possible. To make an appointment call Wards Solicitors on 01454 204880.

For further information about Wards Solicitors and their services please visit their website.

If you have any questions about Write Your Will month or Brain Tumour Support in general please contact us.