Free wills

Dorothy House has collaborated with two free will writing services to offer our community the opportunity to make or update your will free of charge.

Writing your will for free with Dorothy House

Writing your will helps to provide peace of mind that your loved ones, and the causes that matter to you, are taken care of just as you have chosen once you have died.

Below, we have listed the ways you can write your free will.

Online and over the telephone

Farewill is award winning and the largest will writing service in the UK. To start writing your will for free in the comfort of your own home, with specialist checking either online or over the telephone, please follow the ‘complete your online will here’ button and follow the steps provided by Farewill.

Your free will code will be automatically applied when you checkout.

Please read our terms and conditions before applying, as not every will is eligible for the free service.

Create your free will online Create your free will over the telephone Terms and conditions

With a solicitor

The National Free Wills Network will put you in touch with a local solicitor. There are over 900 solicitors in the UK involved in the Network.

To enquire about writing your will for free with a local solicitor, please get in touch with our Head of Legacies, Sarah Dodd on or call 01225 721480.

Questions about writing your free will

If you have any questions about either of our free will writing services, please do get in touch on or call 01225 721480.

By using our free will writing service, you are not obligated to leave a gift to Dorothy House. However, we hope you might consider it. A gift of even 1% of your estate will make a difference to us. Currently, one in every five of our patients is taken care of with thanks to gifts left in wills.

Leaving a gift in your will to Dorothy House Hospice Care

If you are considering leaving us a gift in your will – thank you so much! Every gift makes a difference.

Approximately 20% of our funding is provided by NHS contracts – the rest comes from people like you.

Find out more about gifts in wills