Make a free will online and make a difference



After you’ve taken care of the people closest to you, a gift in your will could make a huge difference to the futures of people with spinal cord injury.

More and more people are choosing to support a charity in this way and leaving just 1% of your estate could have a huge impact.

For over 30 years, we’ve helped people and their families to rebuild their independence after a devastating spinal cord injury.

Your legacy would ensure Back Up is here to support those living with spinal cord injury - and their families - for generations to come.



By completing a free will using the link above you agree that details of your will are shared with the charity: the date and time you made the will, the amount of any legacy, and whether a residuary gift has been left to the charity. You also have the option to share your name and contact details alongside this. The charity will pay for the will (£29.50 or £39.50 for two wills). You can make a donation to cover this payment at the end of the process. You can make a will and leave a legacy without sharing this information by going to www.makeawillonline.co.uk and completing the will.


Make a will online in 3 easy steps:

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Answer a straightforward set of online questions

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Review everything on a summary screen

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Receive your will by email, with full instructions



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Unlike other online will services, every single will produced on our website is checked by a fully qualified UK solicitor. We are allowed by the Solicitors Regulation Authority to provide will-writing services.

We are members of the Society of Will Writers, and follow their code of conduct. This ensures protection for our customers and your donors.

We make 1000s of wills every year and have excellent customer feedback.



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Thousands of wills made every year with 'excellent' supporter feedback