Free Online Will Service with Bequeathed

Working in partnership with online Willwriting provider, Bequeathed, Air Ambulance Northern Ireland is pleased to offer a free Willwriting service, which you can avail of from the comfort of your own home. 

Did you know? 80% of NI adults do not have a Will?

Write your Will for free by clicking here.

Michael Graham, Partner of Cleaver Fulton Rankin said:

“The importance of making a Will cannot be overstated. This new online option gives people the flexibility of writing their Will at a time that suits them, with the option to save work in progress and complete it over a period of time. It also provides the option to review and keep it up to date.”

Bequeathed’s founder and Chief Executive Jon Brewer said:

“Will to Give and its 60+ charity members are important to the Northern Ireland community and so this is an important milestone in Bequeathed’s development.

Will to Give charities join a growing list of over 100 charity partners who’ve placed their confidence in us. We now look forward to supporting their legacy marketing efforts.”

Listen to Jon Brewer’s full interview on the Will to Give Podcast by clicking here. 

What is Bequeathed?

Bequeathed is an online Wills provider.  People in Northern Ireland can now write or update their Will online. Local charity Will to Give, which represents over 60 of Northern Ireland’s most loved charities has joined forces with Bequeathed, the online Will-making platform to give people more options in Will-writing, supported by local law firm Cleaver Fulton Rankin. 

Bequeathed provides you with a secure way to make or update your Will, from the comfort of your own home at a time that suits you best. The exercise is easy to use, with the options of saving it and coming back to it at a later time 

You are not obliged in any way to leave a gift in your Will to Air Ambulance NI while using the Bequeathed service, but we hope you will consider it. Remember, it’s not only the medical team who save lives, but the people who support our service. 


How does it work?

Once you are on Bequeathed’s website, you need to  

  • Create an account  
  • Answer a few questions, such as the country you live in. 
  • Start writing your Will, following the prompts Bequeathed gives you. It’s very easy, you just follow the prompts Bequeathed give you. 

If you have any questions, there is plenty of help available throughout the process, including legal advice. If you need any legal advice, you can ask Bequeathed to refer you to its partner law firm in Northern Ireland – Cleaver Fulton Rankin. You can arrange a face to face meeting or online meeting for a fee, which will be agreed in advance. 

  • Download your Will, print it, and get it witnessed.  

Bequeathed has guidelines on its website on how best to do this during social distancing. 

Who can use it?

This free Wills service is available to people aged 18 and over, who live in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. 


Thank you

Leaving a charitable donation for Air Ambulance NI in your Will, ensures this life saving service is here for generations to come.