We all need an up-to-date will, but it’s one of those jobs many of us put off.
Make your free Will For Good with Wakefield District Sight Aid and Bequeathed in three easy steps:
- Take the online will interview, with support and guidance available throughout the process. Bequeathed transfer your answers, as well as the will their system creates from them, to your chosen legal firm. You can start this online yourself at any time, but if you need assistance and cannot do it online then please contact us. We can make an appointment for you to come to the office and a member of staff or volunteer will be happy to complete the online questionnaire with you.
- Attend a 30-minute appointment, via telephone or video call, at-home or in-office. The firm will discuss your situation and your wishes and confirm the will fully caters for your needs. If you need support with accessing an online meeting, we can support you with this in our office.
Receive your free Will For Good, with guidance on signing and having it witnessed correctly.
The service is accessible and inclusive to offer every supporter a free Will For Good. There is never any charge for a standard will, which is suitable for most people. If your circumstances are complicated and you require further legal advice, the legal firm will explain what’s needed and give you a quote to consider.
Start your Will For Good today at https://www.bequeathed.org/wdsa.
You can always get started online now and there is support available from Bequeathed, but if you need assistance and cannot do it online then please contact us so we can book in a telephone appointment for you with Bequeathed. The service is accessible and inclusive to offer every supporter a free Will For Good. It is also fully available in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.