This year, Sinclair Law Solicitors are proud to have partnered with Prevent Breast Cancer to provide a free Will writing service. The partnership offers professionally-written, simple Wills to individuals and couples, whilst providing support to Prevent Breast Cancer and their vision of a future free from breast cancer.
Prevent Breast Cancer are the only UK breast cancer charity funding ground-breaking research solely aimed at preventing the disease for future generations.
Making a Will is an easy way to look after your loved ones by seeing that they are provided for after your death. With your help, Prevent Breast Cancer can continue their prevention research to make breast cancer a thing of the past for future generations.
Why make a Will?
A Will is one of the most important documents you will ever write and allows you to decide what happens to your money, property and possessions after your death. If it is up to date, it provides you with the security that your wishes are complied with and gives your family and friends ease in dealing with your estate following death.
A Will is all about choice, it is a legal document that sets out your wishes and expressions regarding the distribution of your property and estate should you pass away. There are a number of things which should be considered when preparing this document, which is why it is important to ensure that you are receiving thorough advice and guidance.
To take advantage of the scheme you will need to complete an ‘expression of interest’ form by following the link, or you can email [email protected] to request one. Once we have your contact information a solicitor will contact you to discuss your instructions and prepare draft documents for your approval. When this is approved we can complete the document for signing.
In accordance with the scheme, Prevent Breast Cancer will pay the solicitor’s fees for a simple Will. There is no obligation for you to leave a gift or to make a donation when using the Free Will Writing Service but we’d be very grateful if you’d consider it. This can be discussed with the solicitor when making use of the service.
If your instruction is more complex than a simple Will, you will be told about this and then asked to pay the difference between the nominal fee (paid by Prevent Breast Cancer) and the actual fee.