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Making a will – the basics

If you are thinking about supporting us in this way, you can rest assured that the process of actually making or amending a will is relatively straightforward. 

While many people draw up their own wills, this is not recommended if your property or circumstances are at all complicated. 

You should always consider whether it would be best to employ a solicitor. You could phone a few to find out their charges - contact details will be in a phone book or online. You may like to think about the following before drawing up a will or seeing a solicitor:


1. What your main assets / liabilities are



2. Who you want to appoint as Executors 
        (those who will ensure your will is carried out)



3. Who you want to benefit from your will



4. If you want to leave particular items to specific individuals or charities.