How to leave a Gift in your Will
You can leave a chartiable gift in your Will for free anytime you write or update an existing Will. We strongly suggests that you use a solictor when writing or editing your Will.
Different types of Gifts
There are several types of gift you can leave. Some of the most common include:
- a share of what’s left of your estate once you have provided for your loved ones (a residuary gift)
- a fixed sum of money (a pecuniary gift)
- a named item (a specific gift)
Making changes to a Will
A codicil is a document used to change a Will that has already been made. It’s used as a way to make simple additions or amendments to an existing Will like a change in the amount of a gift of money, or the addition of an executor or gift.
To ensure your wishes are carried out after your death it is important to ensure it is worded correctly.
Please add our official name, address and charity number:
The Berkshire MS Therapy Centre Ltd, Bradbury House, 23a August End, Brock Gardens, Reading, RG30 2JP.
Charity Number: 800419
Wording for different types of gifts