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Taylor Rose MW Raises Funds for Will Writing Charity



KRYSTAL RAMSAMMY
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Mon 24 July 2023 Taylor Rose MW Raises Funds for Will Writing Charity

We are proud to announce the Taylor Rose MW Wills, Trusts & Probate department has raised £990 to support nine different charities. Our department has willingly offered their skills and knowledge to draft individuals' wills in return for contributions to charity.

A few of our legal professionals volunteered their time to participate in Will Aid, a yearly charity initiative that involves writing Wills. This campaign is crucial for raising funds and providing individuals with the peace of mind that comes with having a Will written by a professional. The donations received will support the charities in their impactful work, both domestically and internationally.

Amidst the ongoing cost-of-living crisis, the contributions will aid the charities in maintaining their transformative efforts domestically and internationally. The contributions are directed towards nine of the most cherished charities in the UK:

·    ActionAid

·    Age UK

·    British Red Cross

·    Christian Aid

·    NSPCC

·    Save the Children

·    Sightsavers

·    SCIAF

·    Trocaire (N. Ireland)

Krystal Ramsammy, Solicitor in our Wills, Trusts & Probate department said: “We’re delighted to have taken part in Will Aid this year. Not only does it aid those without a Will, but it also backs nine inspiring charitable organisations.

Taylor Rose MW are proud to have helped contribute to such a great cause. Millions of individuals in the UK lack a Will, and Will Aid provides them the opportunity to engage a professional to create this crucial document.

Knowing the donations, we raise will help nine charities to continue their fundamental work is a great feeling and it’s rewarding for everyone involved to be able to make a difference.”

Writing a will is one of the most responsible and considerate actions you can take in planning for the future. It is a document that carries immense importance, ensuring that your wishes are respected, and your hard-earned assets are distributed accordingly to your desires. A will is important for many reasons including:

·      Distributing your assets according to your wishes.

·      Providing for your loved ones.

·      Avoiding Intestacy laws and lengthy legal proceedings.

·      Minimizing family disputes

·      Appointing Executors and Trustees

·      Accounting for Digital Assets

·      Expressing your funeral and burial wishes

Solicitors who take part in this program generously give their time and knowledge, and do not charge for creating a simple Will. Since its inception in 1988, this initiative has garnered over £24 million in donations and received numerous commitments for future legacies.

For a basic Will Aid will, the recommended voluntary donations is £100 for a single Will and £180 for a pair of mirror Wills.

If you’d like to learn more about our Will writing services, please click here to visit our Private Client page. You can also contact Krystal directly by pressing the ‘Contact Us’ button or you can call Krystal directly by calling her at 020 3985 6971. 


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