Our guide to support you writing your will
“How will my loved one be cared for when I am gone?”
You know about their needs and you want to make sure those needs continue to be met after you have gone.
Making a will gives you the opportunity to have a say in the future of those you care about and make sure they are provided for. It is a really important step to take – it will make sure your money goes where you want it to and that your loved ones get the best care and provision possible.
Care and provision for a person with learning disabilities and/or autism can be complex, especially when means-tested benefits are involved.
A trust makes it possible for you to leave money without affecting their entitlements to means-tested benefits and to choose the people you would like to look after that money. You can read more about the different types of trust in our Legacy Trusts document.
We have been able to develop and deliver our wide range of services that support people in our local community. Your gift can help to ensure that we are there for families today and in the future.
After you have provided for family and friends, any gift you choose to make will help us to provide care in the future. There is no minimum amount: we are grateful to receive gifts of all sizes.
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