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Will Aid is a charity Will making scheme which raises funds for people in need here and around the world. The scheme is run by 9 leading charities and solicitors firms throughout the UK.

Will Aid offers you the opportunity to have your Will professionally drawn up by a solicitor, but instead of paying their usual fee you can make a donation to help some of the UK's best loved charities. This is a fantastic way to get your affairs in order and at the same time help many thousands of people in need.

The Next Campaign will be in November 2008

A slight wait of only a year :-) but if your planning on doing one soon it might be worth it.

It recommends a donation of £75 (don't know if this is cheap or not as i haven't got one ) but i'm sure you can donate as little or as much as you wish.
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#1
Been meaning to do one for ages, this'll give me the prompt to finally get round to it.
Ta very much.
#2
Sounds great.. Will charges going to charity :)
#3
Yes i think so, if you browse around the links on the site you can download useful info on preparations for making one as well.
#4
just had one done at solicitors cost in total £83.75. a whilw ago there was a campaign where you could get your will done at participating solicitors for a tenner
#5
Do ensure you have a will.

Don't reply on the Will packs sold by WH Smiths and others. These cause problems.
If you don't want to use a solicitor buy the 'Which' guide:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Which-Essential-Guides-Administering-Independent/dp/1844900339/ref=sr_1_1/203-5765314-2872719?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1192811405&sr=8-1

For most people careful reading of this will ensure no problems for your family. Beware of wills held by solicitors - especially if they are executors - your heirs will end up paying a high cost.
#6
steevieboy4u
A slight wait of only a year :-) but if your planning on doing one soon it might be worth it.


Careful, you don't hold out too long.....you never know you might not be around next year :-(
#7
Think im a bit young for a will at the moment and hopefully ill live till im old .....cant think of anything more morbid then writing my will...i guess we all got to do it sometime though :-(
#8
A-n-d-y
Think im a bit young for a will at the moment and hopefully ill live till im old .....cant think of anything more morbid then writing my will...i guess we all got to do it sometime though :-(


[SIZE=2]At your age, just as morbid as thinking about pensions probably.[/SIZE]
#9
ekko star
Careful, you don't hold out too long.....you never know you might not be around next year :-(



Very true........... But in my books the people with an outlook on life, who say things like "why save up you might get run over by a bus tomorrow" etc, generally are the people with no savings or ambition.

So fingers crossed i'll last to a ripe old age ;-)
#10
steevieboy4u
Very true........... But in my books the people with an outlook on life, who say things like "why save up you might get run over by a bus tomorrow" etc, generally are the people with no savings or ambition.


Quite a bit of a generalisation really :whistling:

My point was, a will is very important and no point hanging around writing one, let alone another year. You never know when you can pop off and you're never too young.
#11
steevieboy4u
Very true........... But in my books the people with an outlook on life, who say things like "why save up you might get run over by a bus tomorrow" etc, generally are the people with no savings or ambition.

So fingers crossed i'll last to a ripe old age ;-)



I have savings, dreams and ambitions and I'm 22.... so that proves your theory wrong.

OP - this looks great - I'll be passing it on to everyone I know and consdier it myself :thumbsup:
#12
Bertt
Do ensure you have a will.


For most people careful reading of this will ensure no problems for your family. Beware of wills held by solicitors - especially if they are executors - your heirs will end up paying a high cost.


I thought having a will with a solicitor was the norm, I don't want to keep it at home as I don't think some of my close family will be too pleased with it's contents, where else can you keep it for safety?

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