YOUR WILL - WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Writing a will can seem daunting but it’s actually quite straightforward. Here are a number of handy, downloadable documents which will help to keep things as simple as possible. Remember, regardless of whether you intend to leave a gift to Rethink Mental Illness it’s crucial that you have a will which takes care of your loved ones.
Our advice is that it is always best to have your will drawn up by a solicitor. If you already have your own solicitor that’s great. If you don’t have your own solicitor, or even if you do, you may be eligible to qualify for one of our free wills. To find out more check out our How We Can Help You Make A Will page.
We think these key documents will be useful when you come to consider your will.
Our FAQs provide answers to a number of questions which you may have as you consider writing your will. It’s clear, general help which will benefit anyone considering writing their will.
Our Jargon Buster does exactly that, it clearly explains what some of the more technical, legal based terms used in relation to wills actually mean.
Knowing what Types of Gift you can leave is vital. Your personal circumstances will dictate which of the different types of gifts will be more appropriate to you. For each of the main types of gift we provide a template of wording which you can amend to reflect your wishes and take with you to the solicitors. You should never feel pressured into leaving any type of gift in your will.
The My Confidential Pledge is a great way to let us know your intentions. Gifts promised to us in friends’ wills provide us with a special kind of guaranteed income. This kind of solid, dependable funding enables us to meet any challenge with confidence, as soon as it arises and prepare for future developments with greater commitment.