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Free Will Writing Service


Whether you have a specific question or just need some general pointers as you begin thinking about your Will, our friendly and experienced legacy team is here to help.

Free Will-writing guide

Our new guide to leaving a gift in your Will is full of essential information and inspiring examples to help you consider your options. The printed version also contains a handy form to help you gather your thoughts before seeing your adviser.  

Download the guide, or to request a printed copy through the post, please contact our legacy team on or call 0300 303 9888.

Free Will-writing services

Help for Heroes has teamed up with trusted partners to offer you the chance to make or update your Will for free.

Using our Free Wills service doesn’t place you under any obligation to leave a gift, but we hope you’ll take a moment to imagine the difference your legacy could make.

As a member of the National Free Wills Network, Help for Heroes can offer a limited number of supporters the chance to write a Will for free through participating solicitors. We pay a discounted rate for simple Wills, but if your needs are more complicated, you may be asked to pay an additional cost.

There’s no obligation to include a gift to Help for Heroes in your Will but we hope you’ll consider our heroes.

This service is available to supporters throughout the United Kingdom.

Email or call 0300 303 9888 to find out more.

Bequeathed Logo 2019 offer free Wills and valuable advice. Their simple and convenient service allows you to make the right Will for you in the way that best suits you – online, face to face or over the phone. You can take the first step by starting their online interview at any time. 

The detailed guidance throughout the process will help you to consider everything you need to think about when making a Will, and to identify any issues where expert legacy advice could be valuable.

This service is only available to supporters in England and Wales.