It’s not something that any of us like to think about, but making a will is a really important way to ensure that your loved ones are cared for when you are no longer around. Although you may not yet have thought about making a will it is important to do so, so that things are easier for your family after your death.
Needless to say, most people’s first priority is taking care of their family. Once you are confident that adequate provision has been made for those close to you – have you thought about making a difference to a charity close to your heart? Child Brain Research is working to improve the future for children and their parents – by leaving a legacy you can be a part of that.
If you would like to leave Child Brain Research a legacy in your will, there are 3 ways you can do so:
Always ensure that the person making your will is qualified to do so – your solicitor for example. You don’t have to tell anyone what is in your will and you are free to change it at any time – please think about Child Brain Research when the time comes to make your decisions.