‘Make a will’ window will be a windfall for Stevenage charities

Get your affairs in order and support the Garden House Hospice

Get your affairs in order and support the Garden House Hospice - Credit: Archant

Legal eagles at a Stevenage law firm are offering all-comers a free wills window later this month – as long as they make a donation to local good causes.

Tollers, which has offices in Primett Road in the Old Town, is teaming up with Stevenage mayor Sherma Batson and the Stevenage Community Trust to provide the charity offer.

The Will Week promotion – which will run from Monday, February 16, to the following Friday – is aimed at the many people who keep meaning to put their affairs in order but have never quite got round to it, or those who may have made a will years ago but are overdue a review.

Councillor Batson said this week: “Will Week has been run in the past and been very successful.

“I am very happy to support the initiative to reintroduce it to Stevenage. It is an opportunity for individuals to put their affairs in order while supporting some of the great initiatives and charities that support our community”.


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Head of private client for the south Fiona Nash and her Tollers team will provide will writing services free of charge to anyone who makes an appointment during the Make A Will window.

Instead of paying a standard charge for the service, clients will pledge a donation to support the work of the Trust and the mayor’s nominated charities, Stevenage Furniture Recycling Scheme, Home-Start Stevenage and Stevenage World Forum

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To reserve a slot, call Fiona on 01438 901095 or email fiona.nash@tollers.co.uk quoting ‘Will Week’.

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