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WHAT IS THE SERVICE?

We have partnered with Cancer Research UK to make the Free Wills Service. This service means that you can make a Will with Lyons Bowe, and you’ll only need to pay for your disbursements (usually less than £30). All we ask is that you consider leaving a life saving gift in your Will to Cancer Research UK, to help fund research for generations to come.

WHO QUALIFIES FOR THE SERVICE?

Anyone! Anyone can make use of the service. It’s important to note that if your Will becomes more complex, then you may incur additional fees but your lawyer will discuss this with you before any work is completed so that you are in control at all times.

WHICH WILLS ARE INCLUDED IN THE SERVICE?

You can use the Free Wills Service to make either a single, or a Mirror Will. You can make a Free Will using either our telephone, or face to face services, however they may incur an additional cost based on your circumstances so be sure to let us know if you have any specific wishes that you would like to add to your Will when you talk to us.

WHAT DOES MY LEGACY DO?

The breakthroughs being made in the South West are only possible thanks to the generosity of Cancer Research UK supporters. With this support Cancer Research UK funds over 4,000 scientists, doctors and nurses across the UK.

More than a third of Cancer Research UK projects are funded by gifts left in Wills. Legacies breathe life into researchers’ work. They enable long-term research projects that lead to new treatments and continue to save lives for generations to come, leading us to a world where everybody can lead longer, better lives, free from the fear of cancer.

In the past 40 years, cancer survival has doubled in part thanks to Cancer Research UK’s pioneering research, funded by the generosity of their supporters. Cancer Research UK wants to accelerate progress and see 3 in 4 people surviving their cancer by 2034. They cannot achieve this mission alone and rely on their dedicated scientists, doctors and nurses, and the generosity of their supporters across the UK.

1 in 2 people will get cancer in their lifetime.
All of us can support the research that will beat it.