Every March and October it's Free Wills Month. It offers - as the name suggests - free wills. But to get one you must be 55 or over, and it also tours the country.
This March, the campaign will run in Blackpool, Chesterfield, Chichester/Worthing, Colchester, Coventry, Crawley/Horsham, Darlington, Eastbourne, Harrogate, Hastings, Kent, Liverpool, London, Middlesbrough, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northampton, Peterborough, Sheffield, Sunderland, Wirral and Wolverhampton.
You must enter your postcode during March or October on the Free Wills Month website. It'll then come up with solicitors close to you who are taking part (if there are any). Just call one to book your Free Wills appointment. You don't have to live in one of these areas to qualify, but you will be expected to travel to the solicitors' office for your appointment.
Charities back the scheme, so be prepared for your solicitor to ask you to consider making a bequest to a charity in your will (leaving the charity something when you die). It's hoped you will, but you're under no obligation.
The scheme covers simple wills - so if your affairs are complex, your solicitor's likely to ask you to pay a contribution to cover the extra time he or she spends writing your will.
Who's it for? People aged 55 and over.
When it is? March and October.
Where is it? England.
Who writes the will? External solicitor.
Donation asked for? You'll be asked to leave money for charity in your will. But the decision is yours.
This article is taken from a good article on other ways to get a good deal on writing your will from MoneySavingExpert.com.