An opportunity to make or update your Will and support disabled veterans

Having an up to date Will is the best way ensure that your wishes are not forgotten. Without one, you can’t be sure that your money and property will be passed on to the people and causes you care about most. We should all make or update our Wills following life events such as marriage, having children, divorce or retirement – but it needn’t be daunting or expensive.

In June 2017 The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home are teaming up with three local Solicitors who have kindly agreed to waive their fees in exchange for a donation to the charity. The minimum suggested donations are £70 for a Codicil, £120 for a Single Will and £200 for a Double Will – all less than standard Will writing fees and 100% of which will go directly towards supporting disabled veterans at QAHH.

There are a limited number of appointments available throughout the whole of June, allocated on a first come, first-served basis.

To book, please contact one of our participating Solicitors (below) during the booking window quoting ‘The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home Make a Will Month’.

*Please note, each solicitor will advise if your affairs are too complex for this scheme and of any additional fees to be paid directly to them.

Participating Solicitors:

Gema West

Bennett Griffin

11 Sea Lane


BN12 5DR

T: 01903 706985


Tim Parsons

Green Wright Chalton Annis

13-14 Liverpool Terrace


BN11 1TQ

T: 01903 234064



Helen Norton

Gates & Maloney

117 Brighton Road

Lancing, BN15 8HT

T: 01903 766046


It’s never too early to make your Will. Take part in the QAHH Make a Will Month this June and give yourself peace of mind, whilst providing first-class care and rehabilitation for disabled ex-Servicemen and women.

For more details, please contact Clare Smith on 01903 218444 or



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