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will writing support service

We believe that everyone should have equal and fair access to managing their own money and affairs, despite living with a sight loss condition.​

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​Our free Will Writing Support Service is here to ensure that people living with sight loss can receive the right advice and best service when making their Will, knowing that their solicitor is equipped with the skills to be able to assist them in the best way possible. ​

A Will is vital for parents, home owners, people in long term relationships or pet owners. Without a Will, you have no control over what will happen to your money, your home and your belongings when you die. Making or updating your Will can protect those closest to you.

did you know?

1 in 4 people that we support are helped by the people who remember Galloway's in their Will.

Read how the gift from John Corner will help people living with sight loss now and in the future...

Finding a Solicitor


Galloway's works closely with our trusted law firm partners to ensuring they are provided with as much knowledge and support as they require to provide you with a specialised service tailored to meet your needs. Each partnering firm will complete Visual Awareness training through Galloway's and be provided with a Visual Aid Kit. Please call us on 01772 744148 or email so that we can put you in contact with an approved solicitor local to you.


Making a gift in your Will

​ Any gift left to the charity in a Will, no matter how large or small, will help us to fund our work to ensure that thousands of local people will not face the devastation of sight loss alone. Writing a Will is simple and easy to do and can take as little as 15 minutes. With any of our services, there's no obligation to leave a gift in your Will to Galloway's but we hope that you'll be inspired by our work to kindly think of leaving a donation to secure the future of our charity.

If you were to leave just 1% in your Will to charity, your loved ones would still receive 99% of your estate.

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