Make a Will this November

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This November, your local solicitor will write basic Wills for clients introduced by Will Aid. Then, instead of paying the solicitor a fee, they are invited to make a donation to Will Aid. The suggested voluntary donation is £95 for a single basic Will or £150 for a pair of mirror wills. Will Aid will then share the donations between nine much-loved charities, including Christian Aid.

Is your Church taking part?

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Will Aid is a way of encouraging parishioners to write a Will, as well as raising funds for nine highly respected charities including Christian Aid.

By organising a Will Aid Event, parishioners receive the benefit of a professionally drawn up Will at a reasonable cost.This November find out if your church is running a Will Aid Event.

Local Solicitors

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The success of Will Aid is really dependent on the number and generosity of participating local Solicitors. A full list on the Will Aid website will be available on 1st September.

Nationally and locally, Will Aid will highlight the importance of writing a Will, tell people about November’s campaign and steer people towards participating solicitors.

To locate your nearest participating solicitor, visit http://www.willaid.org.uk/ today.

Wills, Will Aid and my Faith

Meet Naomi Pinder, qualified solicitor and specialist in the preparation of Wills and related matters connected to personal planning and the administration of estates and trusts. We interviewed Naomi to find out her views on Will writing, Will Aid and her Christian faith.

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Remembering my Local Church

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Gifts in Wills are an important part of Christian Giving. Many of us give regularly to the church each week or month from our income; why not from our estates too?

Leaving a legacy gift to your local church is a way to give thanks to God for the gifts of your life and lifetime. It can keep a Church alive in its Community – and transform its future.

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