Will writing services

We know that time, inconvenience and cost can make writing a Will seem difficult or stressful, but writing a Will is the only sure way that your loved ones are looked after in the way you intend. If the time comes when you are ready to write or update your Will, you can do so by:

  • Requesting a no-obligation, free home visit directly from The Goodwill Partnership
  • Contacting us to find out how to use our free Will writing service through the National Free Wills Network
  • Getting in touch with our team on 01252 237804
  • Contacting The Law Society

The Goodwill Partnership

The Goodwill Partnership is a trusted, discounted and no obligation Will-writing service which is now available to the volunteers and supporters of The Brain Tumour Charity. For just £118 you can write your Will and plan for the future with confidence. There is no obligation to leave a gift in your Will to The Brain Tumour Charity. Setting up an appointment with The Goodwill Partnership to go through your Will requirements is free and there's no obligation to go ahead with the service. Should your circumstances need services such as Will storage or Discretionary Trusts, these are available upon request for an additional fee.

For solicitors and executors

We have undergone rapid expansion in the past few years, following the 2013 merger of the Brain Tumour UK (BTUK), Samantha Dickson Brain Tumour Trust (SDBTT) and the Joseph Foote Trust (JFT). Our work is inspired by Samantha and Joseph, who sadly lost their lives to a brain tumour, and every person who has been affected.

Registered Charity No: 1150054 (England and Wales) SC045081 (Scotland)

Company Registration No: 08266522

Every gift, no matter the size, will be used to defeat brain tumours. By leaving just 1% after your loved ones have been looked after, you can make the world of difference.

Did you know that you can dedicate your gift to The Brain Tumour Charity as a tribute to a loved one or to one of our Supporter Groups? Whatever you choose, we recommend that you seek the guidance of a solicitor or a professional Will writer so that your intentions can be fully carried out.