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 - a simpler way to write your will

We all know the importance of writing a will, and some of us may even put it off because we think it is complicated. This is why The Butterfly Hospice Trust has partnered with Kwil, an online will writing service.

Kwil is a simpler way of writing your will, and is now free to use. It takes around 30 minutes to complete, and you will have your own secure lockbox which you can access and amend your will at any time.

Once your will is complete please enter the code BUTTERFLYFREE to receive it for free. You may wish to make a donation to the charity, and there will be the additional opportunity to leave the Butterfly Hospice a gift in your will. Anything left to the charity will be exempt from Inheritance Tax and will help the charity plan it's services, and 100% of this gift will go to the charity.

You can also complete your will by phone. Kwil's friendly experts are available from 8am to 8pm 7 days a week on 0800 0614934. Please mention The Butterfly Hospice Trust when you call.

By supporting The Butterfly Hospice Trust, you are enabling us to continue to offer free care to those in need of palliative care in our community. 

Kwil also offer probate and other legal services at very competitive rates.

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Click on the logo to start your will

or scan the QR code

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1. Answer some qualifying questions

Due to different laws applying to different locations, Kwil can only provide their will writing service to people in England and Wales.

You just need to confirm you live in these areas to write your will.

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2. Fill in our step by step


By answering a few questions in Kwils simple step by step process, you'll be able to build your online will. 

If you have relatively simple requirements then this won't take long.

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3. Print your will ready

for signing

When you have finished writing your will online you will need to print it out for signing. You will need two witnesses to sign it as well as yourself.