Cancer Council Queensland Free Will Service
Lockett McCullough Lawyers is now a proud participant of the Cancer Council Queensland’s Free Will Service for Queensland. As proud supporters of the Cancer Council Queensland, our solicitors in our Toowong, Albany Creek and Noosa offices are prepared to help you with your estate planning needs.
Free Will Service
In order to be eligible to use our Free Will Service, you will need to include a bequest in your Will to Cancer Council Queensland and we will prepare a basis Will for you free of charge.
If your Will is likely to be complex, we may still be able to help – simply talk to us about what you require, and we will advise you of any likely costs for detailed provisions you may need.
Cancer Council Work
Cancer Council Queensland works tirelessly to improve the quality of life for people living with cancer, through research, patient care, prevention and early detection including:
Cancer Council Queensland through their Cancer Research Grants, funds and conducts world-class research focusing on increasing survival and enhancing the quality of life.
- Patient care
Cancer Council Queensland provides both practical and emotional support for people affected by cancer including their 13 11 20 information and support line, Peer Support Programs, Wig and Turban Service, Accommodation Lodges and Transport Services.
Cancer Council Queensland empowers communities to reduce their cancer risk through initiatives such as the National SunSmart Program and Tackling Tobacco Queensland.
Please take a moment to look at the Cancer Council Queensland’s publication – Your Guide to Leaving a Gift in Your Will – when considering your gift to the Cancer Council Queensland.
Make an Appointment Today
To arrange your Free Will by our experienced estate planning solicitors please call any of our Lockett McCullough Lawyers offices directly at
- Toowong on 07 3870 8244
- Albany Creek on 07 3264 7692
- Noosa on 07 5449 7500
Our friendly staff will make an appointment with one of our experienced Estate Planning lawyers.
You can also make an appointment for any of our offices using the online form on our website.
Alternatively, feel free to contact the Cancer Council on 07 3634 5257, and they will assist you with your enquiries.
Thank you for considering this opportunity to make a difference to the lives of people who are affected – directly or indirectly – by one of the many forms of cancer. We are excited to hear from you and assist with your estate planning needs.