Paul Crowley & Co, which has offices in Liverpool city centre, Anfield and West Derby, has offered 30 free wills in return for a voluntary donation to Will Aid.
Will Aid month is a national campaign organised by Will Aid, an umbrella charity organisation which supports charities including Age UK, Save the Children, The NSPCC and the British Red Cross.
Dame Judy Dench is a patron of the organisation, which raised over £1 million for its charity partners last year alone. The recommended donation is set at £95 for a single will, £150 for a joint will, or £40 to update an existing will.
Head of private client, Jennifer McMahon, says: “We are incredibly proud to take part in such an important scheme and support Will Aid this month. As a firm, we have a commitment to giving back to the local community and the scheme is a great way for us to be able to do so by providing our expertise.
“Will Aid month has also been a fantastic opportunity to raise awareness of the importance of having an up-to-date will, and the impact which this can have on clients and their families. We’ve seen an incredible level of interest in the scheme, with all of our dedicated Will Aid appointments already fully booked, and we have been overwhelmed by the generosity of our clients.”
"As a firm, we have a commitment to giving back to the local community and the scheme is a great way for us to be able to do so by providing our expertise."
Jennifer McMahon, head of private client
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