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Will Aid

Give yourself peace of mind with a professionally drawn up will, and help support older people when they need it most.


What is Will Aid?

Will Aid is a great opportunity to have a will professionally written or amended, whilst at the same time supporting charities including Age UK.

Participating solicitors waive their fee for writing or amending a basic will, and invite clients to make a voluntary donation to Will Aid. The funds raised from Will Aid are split between the nine participating charities to help them continue their vital work.


How it works

Will Aid publishes a list of participating solicitors on its website from September onwards. Once you have found a solicitor in your area, you contact them directly to book an appointment for November. Appointments fill up very quickly, so we advise booking your appointment early to avoid disappointment.

Find a solicitor near you

Visit the Will Aid website to find a solicitor and for more information.


Your gift could leave a world less lonely

Having your will drawn up or amended through Will Aid is a great opportunity to think about leaving a gift in your will to Age UK, after taking care of your loved ones. Your gift to Age UK could have the power to create a world less lonely, to help ensure that years from now, people in later life will have someone to turn to.

Your guide to leaving a gift in your will to Age UK

Get your free guide to learn more about how your gift could leave a world less lonely for older people. It also offers practical advice on how to make your gift. 

Order your free guide


Further information

Contact us

Call 020 3033 1421

Email legacies@ageuk.org.uk

Write to Age UK, Legacy Team, 1-6 Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9NA

 

Last updated: Sep 17 2018

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