Make a will month

 
 
Participating solicitors and Will writers are offering a £75 discount
 
 
 
Clare Kemsley
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Legacy & In Memory Fundraiser, Wakefield Hospice
 

Make an appointment during Make a Will Month and receive a £75 discount on your Will   

 
During Make a Will Month, local solicitors and Will writers offer their support with a £75 discount when you make or update your Will. 
 
Having a professionally prepared and up-to-date Will is the best way to ensure that your loved ones and favourite charities receive the gifts you want them to. Many people intend to make a Will but haven’t done so yet. With participating firms offering a £75 discount as part of the scheme, Make a Will Month is an ideal time to do it. 
 
To receive your discount, call any participating solicitor or Will writer during Make a Will Month and quote ‘Make a Will Month’ when you make your appointment. Each firm has its own pricing structure so please ask them what their discounted fee will be. 
 
Each solicitor and Will writer provides the £75 discount at no cost to the Hospice, and our grateful thanks go to all participating firms. All information is private and confidential, and you don’t need to include a gift to the Hospice in your Will. 
 
For more information, including dates for the next Make a Will Month, please contact Clare Kemsley, our Legacy & In Memory Fundraiser. Email Clare or phone Clare on 01924 331401.    
 
 

If you’d like to include a gift to Wakefield Hospice 

 
After providing for their loved ones, many people choose to leave a small gift to their favourite charity. By remembering Wakefield Hospice in your Will, you can support local families facing serious illness. Whether it’s a sum of money, a specific item or a share of your property, any gift is very deeply appreciated. 
 
There’s no obligation to include a gift to the Hospice and you don’t need to tell us your intentions. If you’d like to remember us, we will be very grateful.
 

'My dad was cared for by Wakefield Hospice and I hope it’s around for many more years for other families.'
Rachael Crookes