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Monday 15 February 2021

Helping our Friends Gain Peace of Mind in Uncertain Times

Posted by: Help For Heroes

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Since taking advantage of our free online Will-writing service, Pete and Fran Cramoysan have been encouraging friends and family to make their Will For Good too.                  

“Help for Heroes’ free Will-writing service is a great idea!”, Fran told us. “We’ve just updated our Wills with Bequeathed, and it was so easy.”

With three sons in the military, and a husband who served 24 years in the Navy, Fran knows the highs and lows of Forces family life. Lows like long periods of separation, concern for a loved one’s safety and not knowing what the future might hold.

During the last year, many of us have learnt that living with uncertainty can leave us feeling powerless. But as Fran and Pete found out, writing your Will is a great way to take back control.

Having an up to date and professionally written Will is also the best way to provide for the people and causes close to your heart. And it’s your chance to decide how you’d like to like to be remembered by those you leave behind.

So, if you’re ready to take control and take care of the people that matter to you, our free Will-writing service is an easy way to make a Will For Good. Simply click  https://www.bequeathed.org/helpforheroes and complete the online questionnaire. Expert guidance is on hand all the way through, and you can pause and pick up the process whenever you need to.

Every Will For Good also includes a free 30 minute consultation with a partner solicitor to check you’ve planned for all eventualities in your draft Will. 

Making your Will For Good with Bequeathed doesn’t oblige you to remember Help for Heroes in your Will but we hope you’ll take a moment to consider the difference you could make to wounded veterans and personnel by leaving a legacy.

After all, it’s not every day you get to be a hero to our nation’s heroes.

As Fran says: “It is really important for those of us with military connections to support and promote Armed Forces charities.”

If there’s one thing we’ve learnt from the coronavirus pandemic, it’s that none of us knows what the future holds. But we can all write our Will and provide for the people and causes we love.    

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