Charity Wills Week

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Acorn solicitors Charity Will Week

After a two year break the team at Acorn are generously writing Wills for free during two separate weeks over 2021/2022.  

Our Lawyers taking part this year are David Sinclair one of the partners, Steve Green a legal executive and Imogen Powell a Solicitor. 

All we ask is for is a donation to one of our six chosen charities in return for the cost of drafting a standard will.

We have put in place suggested donations so that we can raise as much money as possible. The suggested donations are £150 for a single Will, £220 for couple’s Wills and £90 for amendments.

We get booked up fast so don’t delay, book your appointment today!

ACORN SOLICITORS are proud to support these charities...

Age UK Somerset aims to promote the wellbeing of all older people,
and to help make later life a fulfilled and enjoyable experience. They are
independent and autonomous. All the money they raise is spent locally and many of their services are free and operate throughout the area.

Age UK Somerset believes that equality for all is a basic human right
and actively oppose all forms of unlawful and unfair discrimination. They celebrate the diversity of society and are striving to promote and reflect
that diversity within this organisation and the services they offer. For more information visit https://www.ageuksomerset.org.uk

Somerset Wildlife TrustWillsSomerset Wildlife Trust is a nature conservation charity. Its purposeis to restore and protect the populations of species across the county and
the habitats they call home. Climate change is one of the greatest threats
to nature, natural habitats and the ecosystems that support our life on
earth. Our aims are to help address both the ecological and climate crises
and put nature back into people’s lives. www.somersetwildlife.org

 

Mind free WillsMind in Somerset is a charity that works towards a society where individuals who have mental health problems are accepted and included.

With one in four of us likely to experience poor mental health, our services have never been more in need. We provide around 50 different services
in 23 locations across the County including peer and group support, one to ones, support for those in crisis and our 24/7 telephone support service – Mindline. We also provide training and workshops to individuals and to business and organisations.

Love Musgrove Free willsLove Musgrove is the official charity for Musgrove Park Hospital. Wefund funding items above and beyond what the NHS can cover so we can continue to improve the experience of patients admitted to hospital to create a comfortable, engaging environment for patients and their family and friends. Thanks to our supporters we have been able to fund
a number of projects, including state of the art equipment, improve patient’s stays with play materials for children and toiletries for our older patients as well as making much deserved improvements to staff rooms right across the Hospital. To find out more visit https://www.lovemusgrove.org.uk

Bibic free willsbibic has been transforming the lives of children and their families since 1972. Their mission is to help children and young adults, aged 6 months to 25 years, with conditions and disabilities, affecting their development, social, communication and learning abilities, with or without a diagnosis.

Their highly experienced developmental therapists provide assessments and design tailored therapy programmes for every child and family.

St Margarets hospice free willsSt Margaret’s Hospice Care has been at the heart of Somerset’s community for over 40 years, delivering high-quality, responsive and compassionate care to patients and their families facing a life-limiting illness. Through our medical expertise, nursing skills and specialist support services, we provide physical, emotional and spiritual care to our patients and their loved ones. Patients are at the centre of everything we do, so we take the time to care and to listen to what they need. Last year, our two Hospice Hubs and five Community Teams supported more than 4,800 people across the County.

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