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of a person, having personal rights or liberty; not enslaved or confined. Of property, not subject to payment of rent or performance of services (freehold) or not subject to any burden or charge, such as a mortgage or lien (unencumbered ).
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Free will is not free to ignore these imperatives, although it isn't always obvious how they all add up and tip the scales in favor of go or stop, do or don't.
If you are 55 or over and want to make sure your wishes are respected, then why not take up an opportunity to have your Will drawn up for free by a solicitor during October Free Wills Month?
Firms of solicitors in Newcastle and Gateshead are offering to write the wills of anyone aged 55 and over free of charge as part of a new charity initiative called Free Wills Fortnight.
Emma Jacobs, a solicitor with GHP Legal, said: "The free Will scheme is a simple way for people to ensure their loved ones benefit as they would wish.
Coventry law firm Band Hatton is offering the service as part of Free Wills Fortnight (which runs until May 31) for over-55s to get their wills written or updated free of charge in return for a small donation to one of 10 charities.
To find out more and to download a free wills guide, please visit bhf.org.uk/wills Simon Gillespie, chief executive, British Heart Foundation
To find out more about leaving a gift in your will and to download a free wills guide, please visit bhf.org.
"His level of professionalism is above reproach and his generosity most certainly comes from the heart," says Karen Stanley, the CEO of CARITAS, where Nea also offers free wills clinics.