Manchester, United Kingdom (PressExposure) March 06, 2009 -- Wolstenholmes Solicitors is a proud supporter of St. Annâs Hospice, Manchester, which works to improve the quality of life for those with life-threatening illnesses, whilst supporting their families and carers.
The team of wills solicitors [http://www.wolstenholmes.co.uk/wills-trusts-probate-law.htm] and wills and probate experts at Wolstenholmes are taking part in St. Annâs Will Week 2009, which runs from the 2nd to the 6th of March. During this time, if you make an appointment with one of the specialist wills solicitors at Wolstenholmes and have a last will and testament drawn up, the fee will be given directly to St. Annâs.
âWe are proud to be participating in St. Annâs Will Week,â says Helen Murgartroyd [http://www.wolstenholmes.co.uk/meet-our-solicitors.htm], head of the private client team at Wolstenholmes Solicitors - 0800 8620319. âNot only is it helping a great cause but it is also raising awareness of the importance of having a last will and testament drawn up by wills solicitors who are wills and probate experts. It is such an important thing to do, but sadly the majority of people die without having made a last will and testament and their families and loved ones suffer as a result.â
If someone dies without having left a last will and testament then a difficult situation can be created in regards to wills and probate law. The tax man is likely to take a larger slice of the estate than is necessary and loved ones, dependents and charities may lose out as a result. This wills and probate problem will take many months, if not years, for wills solicitors to sort out.
Having a proper last will and testament in place is the way around this and will give you the peace of mind to know that your loved ones will be looked after properly. By drawing up a last will and testament during St. Annâs Will Week, with the help of Wolstenholmes wills solicitors, you can protect your nearest and dearest and help a worthy cause at the same time.
If you would like to help St. Annâs, then please contact their Wills and Probate Officer Mandy Pope on 0161 498 3664, for details on how your last will and testament can make a difference.