Winston Solicitors supports nine charities with Will Aid 2017

Winston Solicitors supports Will Aid 2017

This November, Winston Solicitors will offer you the chance to make your Will, for free, in support of Will Aid 2017. One in three people die without making a Will, often causing stressful situations for families to resolve.

Will Aid encourages people to write their own Will at the same time as making a real difference to the nine charities that Will Aid supports. All you have to do is contact the Wills team at Winston Solicitors and, in return for a basic Will, make a charity donation to the Will Aid 2017 campaign.

Since 1998, 300,000 people have taken the opportunity to write their Wills using a qualified, regulated and insured solicitor and raise over £19 million in donations. 

To make your Will and support Will Aid 2017 call the Winston Solicitors Wills team on 0113 320 5000 or email wills@winstonsolicitors.co.uk.

Winston Solicitors LLP has offices in Roundhay, North Leeds, Leeds City Centre and Harrogate and are happy to arrange a meeting at a location of your convenience. Please talk to our team for a no obligation chat about your own circumstances. 

Wondering how other people found the Winston Solicitors Wills team? Our clients will tell you:

"Writing your Will is not something that you really want to do but is something you should do. The whole process was made easy and straightforward at every step.

All the legal terminology was explained and we felt very involved in the decision making and not simply led through to the end result. We would highly recommend Winston Solicitors legal services and we are glad that we chose to use them." 

You can read further Winston Solicitors client testimonials here.

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