Free will writing services

Take a look at our free or discounted will writing offers, provided by trusted partners to suit your needs.

Free or discounted will writing offers provided by trusted partners to help you write your will for free.

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Your generous support means that we’re able to protect children today, prevent abuse tomorrow and transform society to make child abuse a thing of the past.

We always recommend using a solicitor or legal professional if you're thinking of writing or amending your will. But we can help with any questions you have about leaving a gift to the NSPCC. We can:

  • discuss how you might like your gift to be spent
  • arrange a visit to a local project so you can see the difference your legacy will make
  • explain the different types of legacy gifts and their benefits
  • talk you through our will writing offers
  • help you find a solicitor.

Help and support for executors and solicitors

National Free Wills Network

Free will writing from local solicitor with National Free Wills Network

national free will network.pngAs a member of the National Free Wills Network, we can offer you the opportunity to have your Will prepared for free by a local solicitor. To take part, call us on  020 7825 2505 or email us at with your full address and telephone number.

Once our team has referred you, you’ll receive a bespoke information pack with a voucher code and the details of at least two local participating solicitors. You can then contact your preferred solicitor to book an appointment. If your Will is more complicated, there may be an additional cost which will be agreed between you and the solicitor beforehand.

Will you give the most powerful gift?

For more information on this offer, visit or call 020 7825 2939 (open weekdays 9am–5pm, except Bank Holidays).

Free Wills Month

Over 55? Get a free Will written in March or October

Every March and October is Free Wills Month – your chance to get a simple Will written for free. You can take advantage of this offer if you (or your partner when writing mirror Wills) are 55 or over.

Free Wills Month tours England and Wales, so it’s worth checking where it will be next. You can also travel to a solicitor in a participating area, even if you don’t live there.

Visit during March or October, and enter your postcode. You’ll then be able to choose a solicitor and book an appointment (which doesn’t have to take place in March or October). Appointments are limited so make sure you book early.

For more information on this offer, visit or call 0333 022 0396 (open weekdays between 9am-5pm).

Advice and support with writing your will

Writing your will and making decisions about your estate can feel difficult - and it can help to think things through before you contact your solicitor or Will writing service.

Our five steps can help you think about what you'd like to achieve with your will before you meet with someone.

Writing your will for the first time may feel like a daunting task but it doesn't have to be. It can help to first think about what you own, who you want to remember, and what’s important to you after you’re gone.

  1. Work out the value of your estate
    Think about everything you own, minus anything you owe. This could be property, savings or digital assets. You might find our list of assets helpful to work out the value of your estate.

  2. Choose how you would like to leave your estate
    Make a list of the people and charities you want to benefit from your estate.

  3. If you have dependent children and/or pets, choose guardians
    Think about who you would choose to be their legal guardian.

  4. Choose your executors
    Think about who is going to manage your estate and carry out your wishes. They would be your executor.

  5. Make notes of any questions
    It’s good to have them all in one place, to talk through with your solicitor or will writer.

If you have already made a will and wish to add The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) as a beneficiary, you can do it by downloading and completing our codicil form.


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Will Aid

Free will writing with Will Aid in November

will aid logo.pngIn November every year you can get your Will written by a trusted solicitor in return for a donation to Will Aid. Through Will Aid, donations are divided between nine UK charities, including the NSPCC.

How to get started

From the 1st September, use the ‘find a solicitor’ search tool on to find your nearest participating solicitor. Get in touch with them directly to book an appointment – and don’t forget to mention Will Aid.

Will you give the most powerful gift?

For more information on this offer, visit or call 0300 0309 558 (open 9am–5pm in September and November, 9.30am–5.30pm in the rest of the year).


Free Will writing with Farewill

Make your Will online or over the phone for free, and in as little as 15 minutes with Farewill.

All you need to do is answer some simple questions to complete your Will before it’s checked and approved by their legal specialists.

How to get started

  1. Visit
  2. Answer a series of easy questions.
  3. Farewill will check your Will within five working days
  4. Once approved, print off your Will and sign it in the presence of two witnesses.

For more information, email or call 020 3318 8647 (open weekdays between 9am-6pm)


Talk to us about your will


If you're thinking about leaving a gift to the NSPCC, our friendly team are here to help.

Or if you've already left us a gift and have any questions, we'd love to hear from you.

Call us on 020 7825 2505 or email


If you’re executor for an estate with a gift left to the NSPCC, we can help. We understand that administering an estate can be a complex task - our Legacy Management team are here to support you. Call us on call 020 3772 9728 or email

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