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Would you like us to draft your will for FREE this October?

Our People - Chryso Loizides
28 September, 2020

It may sound too good to be true but there are ways that we can draft your will for FREE.

Under the Cancer Research Will Writing Scheme, anyone over 18 years old can easily make or update a simple will FREE of charge.

This FREE scheme has been running successfully for over 20 years across a network of Solicitors in the UK. Take this chance and make a will with the assistance of professional and specialist advice from a solicitor so as to make sure your assets are protected for future generations and you retain control over what happens after your death.

A simple will is one where there are no complex clauses or trusts. You and your partner can also make simple mirror wills under the scheme.

Contact Chryso Loizides in the Wills, Trust and Probate department on 020 8492 2290 or by e-mail cl@gnlaw.co.uk book your appointment for the month of October.

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