PEOPLE can make their Will and support hospice care in north east Worcestershire as Make A Will Month launches in October.
Solicitors Astwood Law and King Will’s Will Makers have both waived their fee and will be offering their services in return for a donation to Primrose Hospice.
This year, the hospice is also offering the opportunity for people to take part in Make A Will Month online through Guardian Angel.
This year people can make a Will online with Guardian Angel.
Why it is important
Sally Insley, Fundraising Manager at Primrose Hospice, explained why it is important for people to write their Wills.
“Writing your Will is the best way to ensure that your wishes are followed after your death.
“Make A Will Month is a fantastic chance to make sure all of your plans are in place for your relatives and support local hospice care.
“Primrose Hospice has been supporting more families than ever this year who have suffered sudden or unexpected bereavements.
“We sadly know how much more difficult it can be to those loved ones if there is no Will in place.
“You can make sure your family are aware of your wishes and support Primrose’s care and support which has been more vital than ever this year.
“We are very grateful to Astwood Law and King Will’s Will Service for supporting us again this year and are also pleased to be able to offer an online service too through Guardian Angel.”
People are asked to make a suggested minimum donation is £95 for a single Will and £150 for a mirrored Will. For more complicated Wills or those that require specialist advice a fee will be agreed in advance.
To book an appointment with a solicitor at Astwood Law or King Will’s Will Service, visit our Make A Will Month event page.
To make a Will online with Guardian Angel, click the button below.