It's perfectly natural to see updating your will as a daunting experience. To make it easier for you, we've created some easy-to-follow guides.
Whether you're creating a will from scratch or updating one you already have, we are here to guide you through the process.
Making a will
When creating a new will, it's useful to have an understanding of:
- everything you own
- everything you owe
- who you would like to include a gift to
- who you would like to be responsible for your will when the time comes
This step-by-step guide helps you record this information, so you're prepared when you talk with your solicitor.Your step-by-step guide to making a will
Updating your will
If you already have a will, updating it to include a gift to the Royal Osteoporosis Society is a straightforward process.
It is good practice to regularly update your will to reflect changes in your life. Your solicitor can do this for you.
Our leaflet about updating your will can give you more information about the process.Updating your will
Wording your gift
To help make the process easier, we've put together some example wording, which you can use if you decide to include the Royal Osteoporosis Society in your will.
You can take this with you to help you talk to your solicitor.Wording your gift