We know that thinking about your will can be a bit daunting, but we are here to help. 

New solicitor service coming soon! 

We are developing a new solicitor based free will service to put you in touch with local solicitors, no matter where you are across the UK. You can meet with a solicitor in person and create or amend your will free of charge.

If you are interested in using the service, please fill out the enquiry form below. A member of our team will be in touch to confirm when the service is ready to use.

Enquire about the new free will service

Creating your
will online today

We have partnered with Farewill who can help you create a free will from the comfort of your home either online or over the phone. 

Farewill is the largest will writer in the UK, and has won multiple awards for its service, including National Will Writing Firm of the Year 2019, 2020, 2021 and the British Wills and Probate Awards. 


 Each will is expertly checked to make sure your wishes are met. Their specialist team is available to help you over the phone or via email, six days a week, 9am-6pm.

To use their telephone service please call 0208 050 2686 or book an appointment here. Please reference Royal Trinity Hospice over the phone to make sure your will is free. 

If you would like to read through Farewills FAQs to can find them here

 Create your free will online

Leaving a gift in your will

You do not need to leave a gift to Royal Trinity Hospice in your will to use this service, but we would appreciate you considering it. 

Why gifts in wills are so vital?
Each year gift in wills raise around £1.5 million for Trinity. As we look to the future, gifts in wills will only become more vital as the demand for our services and the cost of care increase. 

Gifts in wills help to ensure that we can provide the same quality of care and support to all of our future patients and their loved ones.

If you would like to find out more about leaving a gift in your will you can request our 'gifts in wills guide' below: 

Request a 'gifts in wills' guide