New ‘Research for Life’ bequest program

Do you have a Will? Is your Will up to date? Do you know where your Will is? Who is a beneficiary of your Will?

If you answered no to any of those questions, we can help.

Through our new ‘Research for Life’ program, we can support you in the process of having your Will prepared or updated by a solicitor.

Find out more about our new ‘Research for Life’ program.

Download our new information booklet.

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