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Wills and in Memoriam

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Legacies are the foundation for many charities in the UK and are vital in continuing their good work. So, you don’t have to be rich and famous to make a contribution that can make a difference. We can all do something amazing just by leaving a gift in our wills to charity.

A way to help Kids Kidney Research

If you are thinking about writing a Will or amending an existing one, including a charity can be a very special way of helping good work to continue in the future. For clarity please include a reference to the charity number 266630 in your Will.

Why do I need a Will?

It is important to write a Will to ensure those you care about will be provided for when the time comes. If you don’t have a Will, your estate will be distributed according to current legislation, and if you have no surviving relatives, the Government is entitled to everything.

Making a Will is something many of us put off until it’s too late. The only way to ensure that the people you want to benefit from your estate in the event of your death is to write a legally enforceable Will. A Will helps avoid what might otherwise be complicated and sometimes unpleasant circumstances that those you care about will have to manage.

How Can you make a Will?

A will is a legal document and must comply with legal formalities. For this reason we recomend that you ask a Solicitior to help you write one.

Kids Kidney Research  has teamed up with George Ide LLP, a highly respected firm of Solicitors to make this often daunting task a little easier. They will provide a Will making service at a discounted charge to supporters of Kids Kidney Research.

You do not have to leave a gift in your Will to Kids Kidney Research to use this service. George Ide LLP Solicitors will also make a donation to Kids Kidney Research. George Ide LLP Solicitors are completely independent of Kids Kidney Research. For more information, call 01243 831 006 or email or click here. Alternatively you can contact the Law Society’s ‘find a solicitor service’ at www.lawsociety.org.uk 

 

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