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Make Your Will Fortnight in aid of St Raphael’s Hospice

Book your appointment from 7th-20th September to prepare a basic will without our usual fee.

Make Your Will Fortnight graphic for St Raphael's Hospice

This September we are pleased to once again support St Raphael’s Hospice by offering our will-writing service during Make Your Will Fortnight (7th-20th September). Instead of our usual fee, we invite you to make a donation to this esteemed local organisation that provides invaluable end-of-life care and support within Merton and Sutton.

Locally run for over thirty years, St Raphael’s cares for over 1,000 patients and their families every year without charge, offering home-based and hospice care, wellbeing and bereavement support.

This year, as a result of coronavirus, the annual Make Your Will Fortnight has been moved to September from its usual spot in May. With their ten community shops closed for so many months, a major funding stream has been hard hit, and St Raphael’s income over the year is expected to be down by £1.5 million. The hospice costs over £6 million a year to run, so your help now is valued more than ever.

Do you have a will in place? Have you got married, divorced, had children or grandchildren? There are many reasons to make or update your will – we detail just some of them here. Importantly, without a will, your estate may not pass automatically to those whom you intend.

We will be offering our services from both our Wimbledon and Epsom offices, or via a video meeting if preferred. This is a wonderful opportunity to prepare or amend your will and gain peace of mind in aid of a great cause. Please contact our Private Client team to make your appointment on 020 8944 5290.

This article was written by Rebecca Cox

Please note the contents contained in this article are for general guidance only and reflection the position at time of posting. Legal advice should be sought before taking action in relation to specific matters.

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