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Wards teams up with Brain Tumour Support for Make a Will Month 

Wards teams up with Brain Tumour Support for Make a Will Month 

Wards Solicitors in Thornbury is partnering once more with local charity Brain Tumour Support for ‘Make a Will Month’, which gives people the chance to write their will for free.

The scheme will run in March 2024 and will see Wards’ Wills and Probate solicitors donating their time free of charge to draft or update a standard Will in return for a donation to the charity.  The aim is to raise awareness of the importance of having a correctly drawn up Will in place, while raising valuable funds for Brain Tumour Support’s work.

Rachael Abbott, Wills and Probate Partner said: “For anyone thinking about making a Will, this is a fantastic way to not only make sure your wishes are set out properly by a qualified solicitor, but also raise money for this very worthwhile local charity.  It’s our third year of running the scheme with Brain Tumour Support and it’s always been very popular – we hope to build on that success in March.”

Brain Tumour Support CEO Tina Mitchell Skinner said: “We’re delighted to be working with Wards Solicitors again for Make a Will Month.  It’s a wonderful chance to benefit from the expertise and friendly advice that Wards offers – which is especially important as we know that the process of writing a Will can be daunting for many people.  And of course anyone taking part in the scheme will know they will be raising vital funds for our much needed support services.”

More information is available here: https://www.braintumoursupport.co.uk/get-involved/leave-a-gift-in-your-will/make-a-will-month/

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