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Willans supports ‘Make A Will Fortnight’

01 October 2012

We are supporting Gloucester Cathedral during its ‘Make A Will Fortnight’ running from 1st-12th October to help encourage people to make a basic will or update an existing will free of charge.

More than two-thirds of people in the UK don’t have a will, running the risk of creating problems for their families if they should die suddenly.

One of our wills trust and probate associate comments: “During the ‘Make a Will Fortnight’, we are waiving our usual fee for making a basic will, and instead invite those taking part to consider making a donation to support the Gloucester Cathedral.”

To take part, contact our wils, trusts & probate team on 01242 514000, mentioning the Gloucester Cathedral ‘Make A Will Fortnight’.

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