Where there is a will, there is a way - to make a meaningful difference

PUBLISHED: 11:50 06 May 2020 | UPDATED: 11:50 06 May 2020

The Young Lives Foundation

The Young Lives Foundation

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We very rarely have a conversation about wills because people don’t like talking about death. Actually though, a will is about securing the future of your loved ones you leave behind

We very rarely have a conversation about wills because people don’t like talking about death. Actually though, a will is about securing the future of your loved ones you leave behind.

Have you made your will? If the answer is, yes, then congratulate yourself. You are that one person in three in the UK who has sensibly planned provisions for your loved ones and the causes you support. Writing a will is the same terms as buying insurance – you wouldn’t buy a car or house without buying cover to protect it if something went wrong. Your will is your peace of mind.

The Young Lives FoundationThe Young Lives Foundation

If you are gradually being persuaded to think about making a will, then you will need to think about a provider. The Young Lives Foundation (YLF) is making this as easy as possible and joined The Goodwill Partnership (TGP) to offer a discounted will-making service for its supporters. If you choose the service, you can be visited by a trained professional in the comfort of your own home on a date and time to suit you. Your instructions will be passed to a panel solicitor (a member of the Law Society) to write up your will, who can also provide additional legal advice together with storage of your signed will.

The discounted price for a single will is £108+VAT all year round. But for a limited time only, YLF is offering 50 FREE wills to launch its new partnership.

You will not find this on the YLF website just yet, but there is a handy guide for you to find out more information. This will help you get started, let you know what to expect from the process, provide a checklist of what you’ll need, and of course some useful contacts to obtain your FREE will!

You are not obligated to leave a gift to the Young Lives Foundation in order to get the discounted service, but by choosing to leave a gift in your will, you will make the biggest personal difference to disadvantaged young people in Kent long into the future.

Click here for your exclusive free guide!

*please note that during the coronavirus pandemic and adhering to government guidance, home visits cannot be arranged but instead video or phone calls can be conducted. Thank you for your understanding.

ylf.org.uk

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