Robertsons Solicitors supports Will Aid initiative for a third year
CARDIFF-BASED Robertsons Solicitors has signed up to volunteer its Will Writing services during November in exchange for charitable donations for a third year.
Having successfully raised over £1500 via the initiative during the pandemic, the firm didn’t hesitate in signing up once more. Will Aid is an annual campaign during which participating law firms provide Will Writing services in hope that a voluntary donation will be made as a result of their work.
Probate Executive Sarah Howard, said; ” For people that don’t have a Will in place, Will Aid provides a great reminder and is the perfect opportunity to make sure that they can access specialist Will Writing services. This means that they will have removed a layer of stress for their loved ones at the most difficult time, whilst also ensuring that their assets are protected and their own wishes are met.”
“We are delighted to be taking part in Will Aid again this November and we hope to raise a good sum for the nine charities Will Aid supports.”
To date, Will Aid has encouraged over 310,000 to write their Will with the suggested donation for a basic Will of £100 for a single Will and £180 for a pair of mirror Wills. Donations going to support nine of the UK’s best-loved charities – ActionAid, Age UK, British Red Cross, Christian Aid, NSPCC, Save the Children, Sightsavers, SCIAF (Scotland) and Trocaire (N. Ireland).
For more information about the initiative, Sarah Howard and the Will Aid team at Robertsons can be contacted directly via email@example.com.
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