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Will Aid 2022 is now OPEN!

Posted: 01 September 2022

What is Will Aid?

Will Aid is a fundraising campaign run by nine leading UK charities.

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How does it work?

Each year THB Solicitors helps raise money for Will Aid by writing Wills, for free, in exchange for a charitable donation to Will Aid in the month of November.

THB Solicitors have been participating in Will Aid since 2012, and since that time, we have managed to raise almost £20,000 in charitable donations.

Who is eligible?

Anyone! There are no age restrictions to write your Will.

What type of Wills does Will Aid cover?

Will Aid covers a basic Will, or a pair of mirror Wills. If you require a more ‘in-depth’ Will, then a Solicitor will advise you accordingly of the fees for this.

How much is a donation?

Will Aid suggests a donation of £100 for a single basic Will and £180 for a pair of basic mirror Wills. Donations help support the vital work of Will Aid’s nine partner charities.

What do I need to bring?

You should bring two forms of identification to the appointment, a copy of any previous Will/s and, of course, an idea of your estate assets and details of those that you wish to benefit.

How do I book an appointment?

Please submit your enquiry directly to Will Aid , once you have signed up and the appointments are open, a member of our team will contact you to book your appointment, in November, to make your Will.

We can take instructions in person at our Shoeburyness 01702 298282 and Great Baddow, Chelmsford offices 01245 493959 or over the telephone (however, we will need to meet you face to face once to satisfy ID requirements)

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