Goldsmith Williams to launch two new Will writing initiatives
Hot off the back of our recent participation in the Marie Curie Free Will Scheme, we are pleased to announce our support of two new Will writing initiatives launching tomorrow.
This November clients are encouraged to make a Will and, instead of paying the solicitor for their service, they are asked to make a donation to either Will Aid or Clatterbridge Cancer Charity.
Linda Cummins is the Head of Wills and Probate at the Liverpool-based law firm:
“Having supported both of these charities in the recent years we have seen firsthand how important these initiatives are and are so pleased to once again be one of their participating solicitors.
“We know the reluctance that comes with making a Will. We hope by offering this opportunity to not only protect their loved ones but also help an incredibly worthwhile cause will give people that final push they need to finally write their Will.”
About Will Aid
Will Aid is a scheme designed to encourage you to make your Will and, instead of paying the solicitor, you are asked to make a donation which will then be shared between Will Aid’s nine selected charities – Action Aid, Age UK, British Red Cross, Christian Aid, NSPCC, Save the Children, SCIAF, Sightsavers and Trocaire.
The suggested minimum donation is £90 for a Single Will and £135 for a Couples Will.
About Clatterbridge Cancer Charity
As the leading cancer treatment centre for people in Merseyside, Cheshire, Lancashire and the Isle of Man, The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity is dedicated in providing outstanding cancer care to around 27,000 patients each year.
The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity is the only charity raising money for Clatterbridge cancer patients and their families. The money raised helps them to offer the most up to date treatment and support vital research as well as providing extra support services that would otherwise be unavailable to our patients.
The suggested minimum donation is £100 for a Single Will.
For more information or to support either initiative, contact our Wills and Probate department.
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