The blog all about death, legals and Farewill
Development, the Countryside and Burritos - A chat with Joe
Joe, Full-stack Developer, joined Farewill recently. We decided to go for a walk in the park and have a chat
What is an executor of a will?
We give answers to the most common questions we get asked about appointing executors including: "What power does an executor of a will have?" and "What does an executor do?"
Data, Conferences, Charities and Chips - A chat with Helena
Helena, our Data Insights and Analytics Lead, chats about what she does at Farewill
How much does a funeral actually cost in the UK?
Funerals normally get left to the last minute. Not the best the time to shop around.
It's time to get into tech debt
Why you can't avoid tech debt and how you should embrace it
Mirror, joint or individual? Which will do I need for me and my partner?
There's lots of types of wills, but which do you need for you and your partner?
Remember A Charity Week is here
£2.6BN is donated through gifts in wills each year – but how big is the opportunity?
Where can I leave a gift to charity?
We go into how we first encountered legacy giving as well as how Farewill and charities can work together to help each other.
Introducing the new Farewill
We talk through the process and reasoning behind rebranding Farewill.
How to make your will online
Learn how to make your will at the same time it costs to order take-out
How to choose guardians for your children
Appointing a guardian for your child is one of the most important decisions you'll ever make. We'll give you the whole low-down on everything guardian-related to help you make up your mind.
From fashion to funerals: why I quit my job to become a funeral celebrant.
We interview Louise Winter on how she transitioned from the fashion to the funeral industry and what her main driving forces are.
A simple guide to inheritance tax
We explain all things inheritance tax, including who is eligible and how to reduce it.
Why we all need to rethink death.
A short summary on why we do what we do and why changing attitudes around death are important to us.