Care for the ones you love, and St Clare
Your Will is the only way you can be sure your wishes will be carried out, and your loved ones protected after you die. It’s a job that many of us put off – only one third of the UK population have a Will – but Make a Will month offers you the chance to tick it off your list and get your affairs in order.
Protect your loved ones by taking part in our Make a Will campaign this June, where local solicitors will waive their usual fees (often starting at around £220 for a basic Will!) in exchange for a donation to St Clare Hospice.
It’s especially important to Make a Will when…
- You become a parent or grandparent
- You are buying or selling a house
- You are getting married, divorced or are moving in with a partner
- Your financial situation is changing
- You are in poor health
- You wish to support certain charities or organisations
Suggested minimum donations
From 1st to 30th June 2023, you can make or amend your Will – all that they ask is that you kindly make the suggested minimum donation to St Clare Hospice:
- £150 for a Single Will
- £200 for a Double Will
- £85 for an amended Will
*You may incur further charges if your Will is complex
How to take part
Taking part in Wills Month is simple. Just follow these 3 simple steps:
- Choose your solicitor – contact one of our participating solicitors listed below to book your appointment
- Call them directly – quoting ‘St Clare Make a Will’ and book your appointment for June 2023
- Make a donation to St Clare Hospice – in lieu of the Will writer’s usual fee
How to donate
Before your appointment with your chosen solicitor, make your donation to St Clare Hospice – using the payment form below.
Bishop’s Stortford – Nockolds – No slots available.
Dunmow – Foort Tayler
Dunmow – Wade & Davies
Epping – Foskett, Marr, Gadsby & Head
Loughton – Stapley & Co.
Sawbridgeworth – Boyletts Law – No slots available.