Wrigley Claydon Solicitors have once again partnered with Dr Kershaw’s Hospice to provide the community with access to Will writing services whilst raising vital funds for patient care. This gives those who haven’t yet got a will the opportunity to access the expertise of local solicitors whilst supporting the Hospice.
Rachel Damianou at Wrigley Claydon Solicitors explains: “Everyone should have a will and making a will under this scheme is a great way to sort out your own affairs whilst benefiting a really worth while local charity.”
With the slogan, ‘Make a Will, Make a Difference,’ Dr Kershaw’s Will Month
takes place throughout April.
Hospice Community Engagement Team Leader, Lillie Winterbottom, adds: “A Last Will and Testament is your way of telling everyone what should happen to your money, possessions, property and who should care for you children or pets after you pass away. Throughout April, selected solicitors are offering to help you write your Will, giving their expertise completely free of charge, asking instead that you make a difference towards patient care at our Hospice. All you have to do is look at the list of solicitors who have partnered with us on our website, contact your chosen solicitor to make an appointment for in April, mentioning Dr Kershaw’s Will Month, and then make a donation to the Hospice directly with your solicitor.”
Making a Will with one of the hospice’s supporting solicitors is free of charge. However, to support patient care there is a suggested minimum donation of £75 for a single Will, £100 for a Mirror Will, and £50 for a Codicil. The solicitors taking part in the scheme are waiving their fees for simple Wills, However if there is a more complex requirement there may also be an additional fee to pay them. Your solicitor will be able to advise of this once an appointment has been made.
To make an appointment, or discuss any aspect of Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney or Probate, phone Rachel Damianou on 0161 624 6811 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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