This November make a Will with Will Aid
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Wosskow Brown Solicitors are proud to announce that this November we will, once again, be teaming up with Will Aid. Will Aid is a program designed to raise funds for nine leading charities. For the entire month of November Wosskow Brown Solicitors will be donating time to support these charities by preparing basic Wills without charging the normal fee.
Instead, we invite our clients to make a voluntary donation to Will Aid. The suggested donation is £95 for a single basic Will and £150 for a pair of basic matching or mirror Wills.
Every year, thousands of people gain peace of mind by writing their Will in this way – and at the same time raise millions of pounds for life changing charity work in the UK and around the world.
The whole process is really simple!
First, contact us to make an appointment in November. Please do this in good time as we are often very busy during this month. You can reach us on:
Tel: 0114 2561 560
Next, write down a list of your assets (property, possessions, and money) and details of the people and / or organizations you would like to inherit them. Then come into Wosskow Brown and meet with one of our solicitors. We will review your instructions and begin to draft your Will, and we can then advise you on matters that you have overlooked and make sure your Will is valid and legally binding.
The Will Aid program covers a basic Will. If you have a large estate, or your circumstances are complicated, we will advise you of any extra work and costs involved, and you can decide whether you wish to proceed.
Once this is complete we will draft your Will and you will be invited to make a voluntary donation. This can be made by cheque, made payable to Will Aid, or by credit/debit card via the Will Aid website. If you choose to donate online, it is helpful if you bring a copy of your receipt with you to your appointment so that your solicitor does not invite you to donate again.
To learn more about Will Aid and the charities they support visit them at www.willaid.org.uk