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 Making a Will

 In Memory Giving Form

Download our free guide to writing a will


If You Have Already Made a Will

If you have already made a will but would like to leave a gift to Migraine Action, you can do so by making a simple addition to your existing will. This is called a codicil, please click here to download a codicil template. By adding this supplement to your will you can include new instructions and delete old ones without having to go through the task of revoking the whole will.

If You Have Not Already Made a Will

If you do not have a will at the moment, you may need to see a solicitor. Although you will have to pay a fee, you will receive sound professional advice and can be sure that your wishes are achieved.


Free Will Writing Support Pack

Migraine Action have teamed together with www.legal365.com to offer exclusive discounts to those who are willing to leave Migraine Action a legacy or gift in their will. To claim your FREE online writing a will support pack (referred to as DIY), please enter the promotional code migrainefree when prompted on the www.legal365.com website.

If you require your will to be reviewed by a legal representative, www.legal365.com can offer to reduce your legal fees to £30; to claim this promotion please enter code migraine30 when prompted on the www.legal365.com website.

Types of Legacy

There are many different types of legacies but these are the ones most people choose:

  • Residuary gift - you can choose to leave a share or the whole of what is left in your estate once you have provided for your loved ones. This type of legacy is most valuable to us as it is protected against loss through inflation.
  • Pecuniary  gift - you can choose to give a gift of a fixed amount of money in your will. The value of pecuniary  legacies will decrease over time. For example, a sum of £100 pledged in 2010 would be less valuable when received 20 years later due to rises in the cost of living.
  • Specific gift - this is a specific item left as a gift in your will. For example, a piece of jewellery or a painting.
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