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Leaving a gift to charity in your will can be a great way to ensure that the charities you support can continue to benefit from your generosity.

Our specialists will help you write up your will, to ensure that charities can benefit from your legacy.

The first step is to choose a solicitor to write up your will. Jones Whyte has a team of solicitors who handle wills for thousands of clients each year.

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Contact us for a confidential discussion about your case.

We will ensure your will leaves clear and concise instructions. This means your family and friends will benefit, and your property and other assets are dealt with in the way you want them to be.

After your family is taken care of, you may want to leave a gift for charity. Any amount can be a great help for charities.

Legal Advice For Charitable Legacies

You must seek legal advice for charitable legacies. If the gift in your will is not set up properly, this could be disputed, adding expense and delaying your estate from being settled.

When you add a charity to your will, there is some information you will need. This includes:

  • The charity’s registered name.
  • Address.
  • Charity number.

You should spell out how much should be left to the charity and if there are any other restrictions.

If you want to leave charities legacy income, legal advice from specialist solicitors is vital.

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Get in contact with our experienced legal professionals today for support with your case.

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Other Services From Jones Whyte

At Jones Whyte, we deal with thousands of wills every year. Many of these include charitable donations.

Other services we offer include:

Plan your estate with specialist solicitors from Jones Whyte, and ensure your wishes are respected.

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