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Free Will service

Livability is delighted to offer you a free will writing service with one of our partners that will gives you an opportunity to update or make your Will for free with a solicitor local to you. We’ve partnered with the National Free Wills Network to help make writing or updating your Will as simple and easy as possible.

Help transform the life of a person with disabilities

You can help to transform the life of a person with disability as well as looking after your family and friends through a gift in your Will. By writing or updating your Will for free, you can help us be there for future generations and help people with disabilities to reach their full potential,

The service is straightforward and we hope that it will give you peace of mind your loved ones will be taken care of. Although many of our supporters choose to leave a gift in their Will to support our services, please note you are not obliged to do so as part of the scheme.

How does it work?

  1. Contact our Supporter Services team and let us have your address and postcode so we can send you a Free Wills Enquiry Pack providing you with a list of solicitors who support the scheme and who will be local to you.
  2. Choose the solicitor from your pack that you wish to make or update your Will with.
  3. Book an appointment directly with the solicitor whose contact details will be in the pack.
  4. Consider including a gift to help people with disabilities most in need. Find out more (link to gifts in wills page) about supporting the work of Livability with a gift in your will.

Please note that due to the recent Coronavirus outbreak, local solicitors will organise a meeting over the telephone or via video chat, instead of face-to-face.

Sign up to the Free Will Service

To use this service please email your full name and address to, or call our Supporter Services team on 0207 452 2121.

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