Macmillan Free Wills Month

This January, we’re offering supporters like you the chance to write your will for free so you can make a difference to the lives and causes that are most important to you.

There are several ways you can write your will with one of our highly-regarded will writing partners. To help you make a decision about which way will be best for you, read through the different options available in the drop downs below.

There is no obligation to leave a gift in your will to Macmillan, but after looking after your loved ones, we do hope you will consider leaving a small percentage of your estate to help fund Macmillan’s services for generations to come. Help protect those precious moments in life that enable people to live life as fully as they can despite cancer.

Do something amazing. Help protect life after life.

Find out which ways you can write your will with one of our partners:

Online

Farewill

If you’re based in England or Wales you can write your will online with Farewill. If you opt for Farewill, you will be asked to complete a simple will instruction form on Farewill’s website. If you have any questions throughout this process, Farewill is on hand to support via their live web chat. Once you’ve completed the online form, one of Farewill’s legal experts will check this over and if they have any questions they will contact you right away. Once your will is ready, you can download a copy, print and sign it with two witnesses to make it legally binding. Writing your will with Farewill includes one year of free, unlimited updates, and the option to pay £10 per year thereafter to update your will anytime.

Irwin Mitchell

If you’re based in England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland you can write your will online with Irwin Mitchell. If you opt for their online service will you will complete your will instructions via an online form on the Irwin Mitchell website. Once you have submitted this form a legal professional will draft your will and may contact you via telephone should they have any questions. They will then send your will to you via post.

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At home

The Goodwill Partnership

If you’re based in England or Wales you can write your will at home with The Goodwill Partnership. If you opt for their at home will writing service, one of their trained counsellors will take your will instructions from your home at any time convenient to you. These instructions will then be passed on to a solicitor who will draft your will and send it back to you via post for your review.

McClure Solicitors

If you’re based in Scotland you can write your will at home with McClure Solicitors. If you opt for their at home will writing service, one of their solicitors will take your will instructions from your home at a time convenient to you. Once your will instruction form is completed a solicitor will draft your will for your review.

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In branch

McClure Solicitors

If you’re based in England, Wales or Scotland you can write your will in branch with a solicitor with McClure Solicitors. If you opt for an in branch will, you will be contacted by McClure Solicitors to book an appointment in one of their 14 offices across the UK. During the appointment a solicitor will take your will instructions from you. Once your will instruction form is completed, your Will will then be drafted and checked by a Solicitor for your review.

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By post

Irwin Mitchell

If you’re based in England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland you can write your will via post with Irwin Mitchell. If you opt for Irwin Mitchell’s postal service a will instruction form will be sent to you for your completion. Once you have returned this form a legal professional will draft your will and send it back to you via post for your review.

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By telephone

The Goodwill Partnership

If you’re based in England or Wales you can write your will over the telephone with The Goodwill Partnership. If you opt for The Goodwill Partnership’s telephone will service, one of their trained counselors will take your will instructions over the telephone at a time convenient to you. These instructions will then be passed on to a solicitor who will draft your will and send it back to you via post.

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