FOLLOWING its success last year, St Wilfrid’s Hospice has launched its second Make A Will Fortnight.
The scheme, launched on Monday and running until Friday, October 5, gives people the chance to have a will written and raise vital funds for the hospice.
A number of solicitors have agreed to write or amend wills free of charge, asking for a donation to St Wilfrid’s Hospice in return.
“There are many important reasons for ensuring you have an up-to-date will which include ensuring your finances are distributed as you choose and officially recording your wishes with regards to dependent children, pets, and funeral plans,” said a hospice spokeswoman.
Anyone who would like more information can contact Michelle Sidney on 01243 755837.
Participating solicitors include: Green Wright Chalton Annis, in Arundel; Helen & Ian Saul Solicitors, Hobbs Law LLP, Rita Sen Solicitors and Wannops LLP, in Bognor Regis; Anderson Longmore & Higham Solicitors, Kenny Solicitors, Stone Milward Rapers and Wannops LLP, in Chichester; Paul Hills & Co Solicitors and Edward Hayes LLP, in East Wittering; Addison Law, in Emsworth; MacDonald Oates LLP, in Midhurst; Stuckey Carr & Co, in Pulborough and Stone Milward Rapers, Selsey.