We’ve partnered with Jones Whyte Solicitors to offer Childlife supporters Wills and Will Reviews either by video call or at their offices in Glasgow.

To make an appointment:

Call free: 0800 852 1999 or Email: appointments@joneswhyte.co.uk and please quote Childlife.

Find out more about the services offered here:

Make a Will and support Childlife

Will Review

Special Price Power of Attorney

Make a Will and support Childlife

Every adult should have a Will, as without one, the law decides who inherits your estate, but with a Will, you decide.  If you don’t have a valid Will in place, it can also take longer and cost more to distribute your estate.

Jones Whyte’s Estate and Later Planning Service can help you get your affairs in order and ensure the gifts you want to leave to each of your loved ones and the charities you care about are correctly distributed.

You can choose from two levels of service:

Level One – A a free online Will Service with their partner Wellington Wills

Level Two – A meeting with one of their Estate Planning Consultants who will consider your circumstances and recommend the best type of Will for you (a fee will be quoted). They will make a donation of £30 to Childlife when your Will is completed.

Please consider making a Gift in your Will to Childlife if you are able to, to help us to carry on supporting children and young people across the UK in the future, through the work of the four Childlife charities.

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Will Review

You may already have a Will, but is it correct and up-to-date?  Sometimes a Will is sufficient, but very often it isn’t – for example, if you now have grandchildren you would like to specifically leave something to, or if a named beneficiary has passed away, you might need to make changes to the wording.  It’s always worth getting your Will checked for other issues you may be unaware of, which could cause problems for your Executors.

The review costs £150+VAT.  If you do need a new Will, the fee for the review will go towards the new Will.

Your personal circumstances may require a Will with Discretion or a Family Protection Trust, which both give your Executors flexibility.  These are used to protect your assets for future generations.  A fee will be quoted before you make your instruction.

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Special Price Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney (POA) is a legal document that appoints someone to act for you if you become unable to make decisions or manage your affairs.  Without a POA, your family may need to go to Court, causing extra distress and delay, as well extra expense.

Jones Whyte prepares thousands of POA’s every year.  They let you decide whether and when to register it and can also include a caveat, so even if it’s signed and registered, no one can use it until you say so, letting you keep control.

Jones Whyte will prepare your POA for £349+VAT per person and include the Health and Welfare Power, free of charge.  They will make a donation of £45 to Childlife when your POA is completed.

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