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Free will writing service from the RBL
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Free will writing service from the RBL

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Posted 26th Aug 2019

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Free will writing
Since 1921 The Royal British Legion has been there for the whole armed forces community, and we will be here as long as they need us.

As a member of The National Free Wills Network, the Legion is giving supporters and members the opportunity to have a will written or updated free of charge.

An up to date will, written by a solicitor, ensures your wishes are respected. This service allows you to provide for your family and friends and leave a gift to your chosen charities too, without worrying about the cost.

There is no obligation to include a gift to The Royal British Legion in your will but we hope you choose to do so. Every gift, no matter the size, is vital to our welfare work supporting the whole Armed Forces family, to Live On.

To take up this opportunity, please fill in the form below. It will only take five minutes! We will use your information to inform you of solicitors in your area who are ready to help and advise you.

For more information, email us at freewills@britishlegion.org.uk or call 020 3207 2253.
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11 Comments
Excellent service, thank you OP
Is this valid?
I too offer this service. You just need to leave you property deeds with me
Good gift for the mother in-law
Skrzetu26/08/2019 15:38

Is this valid?


Yes, otherwise I wouldn't of posted it.
Slightly sceptical. How do they make money with this offer ?
tobycgraham27/08/2019 07:14

Slightly sceptical. How do they make money with this offer ?



You leave them something in your will.
tobycgraham27/08/2019 07:14

Slightly sceptical. How do they make money with this offer ?


Most people that take up a free charity Will offer will consider leaving a bequest to the charity in their Wills. However the charity cannot make it a condition that you do donate so is open in my opinion to abuse. My firm in Birmingham has written many 100s of Wills on behalf of charity schemes over the years and this particular scheme run by nationalfreewills.net has over 130 charities you can choose from to support.
ShootistUK27/08/2019 13:45

Most people that take up a free charity Will offer will consider leaving a …Most people that take up a free charity Will offer will consider leaving a bequest to the charity in their Wills. However the charity cannot make it a condition that you do donate so is open in my opinion to abuse. My firm in Birmingham has written many 100s of Wills on behalf of charity schemes over the years and this particular scheme run by https://www.nationalfreewills.net has over 130 charities you can choose from to support.


Why would one need a solicitor to write a simple will when you can buy one at WH Smith for a few quid?

Most people would have bequests in their wills which would be beyond a simple will so this clause by your society would be indicate that most people would have to pay you, right?

"In addition to the fees paid by the charity, any additional work carried out above and beyond a simple Will can be charged to the client."
they dicked me around and didnt bother to turn up
Precious32127/08/2019 22:40

Why would one need a solicitor to write a simple will when you can buy one …Why would one need a solicitor to write a simple will when you can buy one at WH Smith for a few quid? Most people would have bequests in their wills which would be beyond a simple will so this clause by your society would be indicate that most people would have to pay you, right?"In addition to the fees paid by the charity, any additional work carried out above and beyond a simple Will can be charged to the client."


When my father asked us to get him a will form from WHS they turned out to be £25 now, people were buying the cheap easily opened packs, photocopying them and returning them so now they are a sealed pack. Still cheaper than paying a solicitor but not as cheap as you might imagine. Technically, it would still have to be left with a solicitor I expect, especially if there were likely to be complications with arguing relatives.
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