May 2020 Press Release

Here at The Willwriting Partnership, we’re busier than ever, with a significant increase in enquiries as a result of the current Coronavirus pandemic.

This pandemic is something that’s made many of us, all around the world, more aware of our own mortality, and it’s prompted people to take the necessary steps to make sure that their affairs are in order and up-to-date.  This might be a case of making adjustments to an existing Will, creating a Family Will to include wishes relating to children, putting a Lasting Power of Attorney in place, or simply putting their very first Will in place...

Whichever aspect of Estate Planning it is, doing this ensures that there are detailed legal documents in place that reflect specific wishes, rather than leaving it to chance.  And, people are telling us that it’s giving them peace of mind to tick these important tasks off their list, especially in these worrying times

We know that people are anxious to get things in place, and that many have an increasing sense of urgency about this right now.  So, we have increased our resources and have scaled up in order to be able to meet demand, and to ensure that we are able to provide all our customers with the Will Writing and Estate Planning services that they need.

As well as helping our customers, our team is also keen to help those people who have been affected by the Coronavirus, and we have decided to do this by raising funds for a nominated charity.  Winston’s Wish was the UK’s first childhood bereavement charity, and it provides support for bereaved children, young people, their families, and the professionals who help them.  For every instruction taken by The Willwriting Partnership in May 2020, we will make a £10 donation to Winston’s Wish.  This means that by instructing us to help you with your Will Writing and Estate Planning needs, or even a Funeral Plan, you are also supporting Winston’s Wish and the people who rely on its services. 

Contact us now!  Whether you’re one of the many people keen to update an existing Will, you need to put a Family Will in place now that you have children, you simply want to create your very first Will, or you’re looking at other estate planning services to help you to protect your loved ones and the assets that you’ve built up over the years - we are here to help.