Free Will-writing service

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We strongly advise that you instruct a solicitor to discuss your Will and intentions. You can find and instruct a qualified solicitor in your local area using STEP, The Law Society, or Solicitors for the Elderly.

Please note that we have no affiliation with these websites. Anyone can make their Will For Good, free of charge, in three simple steps, or take advantage of RCM’s partnership with Bequeathed. This service allows you to write your Will for free online.

Step 1

Go to the Royal College of Music page on the Bequeathed website and complete the online interview

The questions asked help to gather all the information required to make your Will quickly. It takes around 20 minutes and there’s online help at hand if you need it.

Step 2

Have a 30-minute telephone or video appointment with a legal firm

When you’ve completed the online interview, an appointment with a local legal firm will be arranged. Choose whether you have a phone or video call, in your home or their office. The firm will discuss your situation and your wishes and confirm your Will fully caters for your needs.

Step 3

Receive your free Will in the post, sign it and have it witnessed

After your appointment, the legal firm will send you your free Will For Good. Just sign it in front of witnesses and return to the firm. They will check it has been executed correctly and securely store it for you, also at no cost.

Bequeathed firms donate up to 30 minutes of their expertise to help you make your free Will For Good. For most people, that will be all they need. If you need additional advice, they’ll provide you with a quote, and it's up to you whether to accept.

If you haven’t got round to making a Will yet, or the one you have needs to be updated, you can gain peace of mind by making your Will For Good with Bequeathed. It’s a convenient and simple way to get a Will that you and your beneficiaries can rely on.

Once you’ve taken care of your loved ones, please consider including a gift to the Royal College of Music (Registered Charity No. 309268). There is absolutely no obligation to do so, but anything you leave will help us in our mission to secure the future of music for the next generation and long into the future.

Start your free Will for Good

Get in touch

For more information, contact our Development Manager (Legacies and Individual Giving).

Natalie Matias

Development Manager (Legacies and Individual Giving)

+44 (0)20 7591 4761

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