empowers the communities of Oxfordshire
and benefit from our Wills services for free.
Supporting a united Oxfordshire
Oxford United in the Community (‘OUitC’) is the official charity of Oxford United Football Club.
With our roots in Oxford, we wanted to help support a local charity which benefits the communities across Oxfordshire.
Help empower the future generations of Oxfordshire
The team at OUitC strive to achieve a greater level of positive community impact and to be operationally present in as much of Oxfordshire as possible.
If you would like to be a part of this meaningful and public-spirited quest, and receive a free Will in return, then please let our team know when writing your Will with us.
You can find out more about this fantastic opportunity here.
Confused about getting started? Here is a useful checklist to show you what you need to know, before writing a Will.
Want to know more?
Take a look at our comprehensive Wills guide, where you can find everything you need to know about writing a Will.
A tax-efficient legacy
Inheritance tax (IHT) is charged at a standard rate of 40% on the value of any estate over £325,000.
IHT is charged at a reduced rate of 36% on anything above £325,000, provided you leave at least 10% of the net value of your estate to charity.
A gift to a charity in your Will is exempt from IHT, so, the whole amount you leave will be available to help future generations.
Why choose A.D.E Wills
Supporting Oxford's community
OUitC offer a range of social impact programmes targeted at certain groups and will be adding to these over the coming years.
OUitC offers courses which help inspire youngsters to improve their health, wellbeing, and technical ability of playing football.
OUitC hosts events for the benefit of local business and individuals, organising regular holiday camps across the year.
OUitC exists to achieve a positive impact in the community and in the lives of those that access its services.
Our business is client centred and tailored to your individual needs.
Did you know...
Your spouse or civil partner would not automatically be able to deal with your bank account and pensions, and make decisions about your healthcare, if you lose the ability to do so.
They need an LPA to have the authority to do so.
Call us today on 01865 507174 to get protected.