We all want to make sure that our loved ones’ futures are protected, and that’s why University Hospitals Birmingham Charity has teamed-up with Bequeathed to offer staff across the Trust a free will-writing service. By writing a will, you can make sure that your money, property and possessions go to the people and causes that you care about after you die.
Bequeathed offers a simple, free and convenient service which allows you to make the right will for you in the way that suits you best, whether that’s online, face to face or over the phone. Writing a will does not need to be a complex process, and through Bequeathed, you can access all of the information and advice that you need in a simple, straightforward way.
Bequeathed’s online service offers a simple, step-by-step way for you to write your will, and if at any time during the process you need more detailed legal advice, Bequeathed will be able to put you in touch with a solicitor who will give you a price for completing the will.
We all want to make sure that the people we care about are looked after once we’ve gone, and having a will is the only way to do this. If you don’t have a will, the law distributes your estate after you die. This doesn’t always mean that everything is passed to your spouse, and you’re even less protected if you’re not married.
Justine Davy, Head of Fundraising at UHB Charity, said: “UHB Charity is delighted to have partnered with Bequeathed to offer our staff at University Hospitals Birmingham this free will writing service. Modern life is busy and hectic, especially for our hard-working staff across the hospitals, and writing a will can feel like a task that’s never top of the to-do list, no matter how important we may feel that it is.
“Thanks to Bequeathed, we are able to offer staff across the four hospitals the chance to write their will in a straightforward manner, for free, which makes the process as easy as possible.
“I strongly encourage every member of staff across UHB, who do not already have an up to date will, to take advantage of this scheme and ensure that they protect their loved ones after their death.”