How to remember Sense in your Will
Your legacy gift, large or small, will make an incredible difference to deafblind children in the future.
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It’s simple to remember Sense in your Will by following these five easy steps:
- Decide who will be named in your Will as your executors – they’ll be responsible for ensuring your wishes are fulfilled.
- Calculate the value of your assets, including property and investments, as well as anything you owe.
- List the family, friends and charities you’d like to remember in your Will. Some people leave a percentage of their estate to Sense, after they’ve looked after their loved ones.
- Visit a solicitor to have your Will drawn up. See Your questions answered for help in finding a solicitor near you.
- Your solicitor could look after your Will for you, or you may wish to keep it in a safe place.
First published: Monday 28 May 2012
Updated: Monday 15 August 2016