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Make a Will and Donate to Dr Kershaw’s Hospice

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Plan for Your Future and Help a Charity at the Same Time

From October 9th – 15th our solicitors are donating their time free of charge if clients need a Will, all we are asking is that the fee is donated to Dr Kershaw’s Hospice.

For the past few years, Pearson Solicitors and Financial Advisers has supported the Hospice’s charity event ‘Make a Will Week’ when firms from all over the town donate part or all of the fees for their Will writing services.

Our Private Client team all take part in the charity week and as they live and work locally are happy to support this worthy cause.

Solicitor, Hannah Pearson, said she was proud to support the hospice:

Dr Kershaw’s is at the heart of our community and I know many of us have been touched by the care and support they have given family and friends.  Some of our clients, staff and friends of the firm have been involved with it over the past few years, either raising money or via legacies and it is an honour to support  ‘Make a Will Week’ once again.

“Making a Will is a vital way to provide for the people you leave behind, without a Will you do not know who will benefit and making a donation to the hospice is an easy addition to make, “ she added.

“The Make a Will Week is a great way to encourage people to think about their estate and help a deserving charity at the same time.”

Instead of paying the firm, all clients are asked to do is make a £100 donation for a single Will, or £150 for standard mirror Wills. We then collate all the donations and present them to the Hospice.

So don’t delay, plan ahead and make an appointment with our solicitors, Hannah Pearson or Sarah Finnigan, by calling 0161 785 3500.





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