Dyne Drewett partners with Will Aid
Make your Will with Dyne Drewett this November and donate money to charity, rather than pay legal fees!
In November (2008), Somerset and Dorset law firm Dyne Drewett will waive its fees to draw up a basic Will and instead ask clients to consider making a donation to beneficiary charities of Will Aid. These include Help The Aged, NSPCC, ActionAid, British Red Cross, Save the Children UK, Christian Aid, SCIAF, Sightsavers International and Trócaire.
Do you need a Will…?
- Have you put off making a Will?
- Do you have a homemade Will?
- Have your circumstances changed since you last made your Will?
If your answer to any of the above is ‘yes’, then it is time to put your affairs in order.
Making a Will can be very straightforward and is the only sure way of protecting your family for the future. Even better, this November, you can have your Will drawn up by a qualified solicitor and help nine of the UK’s most prominent charities.
Since its launch in 1988, Will Aid has raised nearly £7 million in donations. This money has been put to work to supply people with life’s essentials like clean drinking water, food and health care. It has given children opportunities to learn and enabled people to live, build their communities and improve their future.
Will Aid is endorsed by the Probate Section of the Law Society and celebrity supporters like Richard Briers OBE, Annette Crosbie, Dame Judi Dench and Graham Norton. To find out more about the vital work achieved by support from Will Aid, visit willaid.org.uk
An established firm with offices across Somerset and Dorset, Dyne Drewett provides a full range of legal services to both private and commercial clients. For more information or to make an appointment to discuss your Will, please call the firm’s Sherborne Head Office on 01935 813691, to be put in touch with a solicitor in your nearest office, or send an enquiry via dynedrewett.com.Dyne Drewett reserves the right to limit the number of free wills offered depending on the volume of enquiries.