Skip to content

Making a will is the only way to ensure that your wishes will be met after you die.

Although it can feel difficult to talk about wills, inheritance, and what happens after someone dies, clear and frank conversations with loved ones can make things a lot easier further down the line.

Tilly Bailey & Irvine are giving their time and expertise freely during August, all they ask is that you donate a minimum of £95 to Age UK Teesside in return for a straight forward single will or a minimum of £125 for a pair of straight forward matching wills.

Gain peace of mind, knowing that your loved ones will be provided for after your death and that your wishes will be carried out while donating to a brilliant cause.

If you die without making a will, you are said to have died ‘intestate’. In this situation, your estate is divided up according to the statutory rules of intestacy, which may not reflect your wishes. Your assets are distributed after all debts, funeral and administration expenses, and any taxes have been paid. You probably have opinions about how you’d like your estate to be distributed among your loved ones, so it’s important to set these out in a will to avoid intestacy rules.

Contact your local branch of Tilly Bailey & Irvine directly using the number below and quoting Age UK Teesside 'Make a Will' Month.

Call 01642 356407 quoting Age UK Teesside 'Make a Will' Month.

Please remember! You will need to take your ID to your wills appointment along with cash or a cheque to make your donation.