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Thinking about writing or amending your Will? We can support you through the process free of charge.

There are many free Wills services available, but we work in partnership with Bequeathed and the National Free Wills Network to offer a free Will to our beneficiaries, supporters and staff.

If you use these services, you are not required to leave us a gift in your Will. But, if you choose to do so, it would mean so much and allow us to continue supporting blind veterans in the future. 

Find out how to access these services below.


Bequeathed is a free online service that enables you to complete your Will entirely online or by phone. You'll get step-by-step guidance and support throughout the process, and you can request legal advice for a fee.

How does it work?

  1. Visit the Bequeathed website
  2. Take the quick online interview
  3. Get guidance and support 
  4. Pause to consider any tricky issues
  5. Download your completed Will 
Register with Bequeathed
Step 1

Visit the Bequeathed website

Visit Bequeathed
Step 2 Take the quick online interview
Step 3 Get some guidance and support
Step 4 Pause to consider any tricky issues
Step 4 Pause to consider any tricky issues
Step 5

Download your completed Will

Register with Bequeathed

National Free Wills Network

This is a more traditional service that allows you to meet or phone a solicitor who will write your Will for free. All you need to do is send us your name and contact details and we will refer you to the National Free Wills Network. They will then send you a list of participating qualified solicitors in your area. You can then book an appointment with one of these solicitors directly.

If you would like us to refer you to the National Free Wills Network, or if you would like more information, email Alice in our gifts in Wills team or call 020 7616 7923.

Email Alice

'Writing my Will was easy'

We referred blind veteran Simon to the Free Wills Network. They put him in touch with a local solicitor who walked him through what he needed to do step by step. 

Simon said: "The whole process was very painless. The solicitor talked me through it, explained any problems and I felt at ease. I wasn’t forced into making any decisions I wasn’t sure about, and everything was explained in full so I understood what the nuances of it meant."

A photo of blind veteran Simon with white cane
Blind veteran Simon using a white cane to get out and about

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