Clodagh Chapman (she/her) is a queer writer and maker based in Manchester. She’s previously written digital content for Bristol 24/7, Peachy Clean Zine, and the Association for Consultancy and Engineering. She also creates new work for film and theatre, with recent work including Butterfly, dubbed “a brilliant show full of heart” [Guardian], and First Kiss (With A Girl), which has made the Official Selection of BAFTA-qualifying festivals. Clodagh has previously been selected for talent development with the Young Vic Theatre and BFI NETWORK.
Things to consider when writing your will as an LGBTQIA+ person
Your will can be an important way of expressing what you’d like to happen when you die, especially as an LGBTQIA+ person. A lot of it is legally binding, meaning it has to happen as you’ve written it, but there are some limits to this.