McClure Solicitors

Embrace have teamed up with McClure Solicitors, who have offices throughout the UK.

They will provide you with a new will or a revised will and they will do it free of charge, and Embrace doesn’t pay anything either!

After arranging for you to visit to one of their offices, they will talk through your wishes and your estate with you, ensuring that everything is included and your wishes are fully followed.

What happens next?

  • You will need to book an appointment at one of McClure’s offices (click here for a location list) and a solicitor who specialises in estate and probate law will get in touch discuss your needs with you and record your instructions.
  • During the consultation, you will be asked if you wish to leave a legacy gift to charity – there is no obligation to do so although we ask you to consider including Embrace after family and friends have been provided for, and also including other organisations, if appropriate. The solicitor will ask your permission to share this information with the chosen charities and whether your personal details can be passed on to them.
  • You will be asked to consider making a charitable donation, which is entirely voluntary (although all of the donation comes to the charity), instead of paying for a will.
  • Your will is written in accordance with your will instructions and provided directly to you by the solicitor, who is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, and so providing peace of mind and reassurance. The will needs to be signed and witnessed in accordance with the usual legal requirements.

Price: Free (although you will be asked to consider a donation to charity.)

Get in touch?

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Solicitors at McClure or any solicitor you are referred to as part of The Goodwill Partnership are independent professionals, from whom you will receive impartial and confidential advice. Highlighting McClure solicitors and/or the solicitors on The Goodwill Partnership panel does not imply a recommendation by Embrace.
The Goodwill Partnership only uses solicitors in good standing with the Law Society of England and Wales, who are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.

A legacy donation
With either service, there's no obligation to leave a gift in your will to Embrace. Although once you've considered all the important people in your life, we hope you'll prayerfully consider whether a legacy gift to Embrace is right for you.