Make a will and help St Elizabeth Hospice
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St Elizabeth Hospice is urging people across Suffolk to make a will throughout the month of May.
The charity, based in Ipswich, is joining up with 16 solicitors and will writers across the county to offer a will writing service.
Each organisation has dedicated a number of appointments throughout the month. Services are free, but clients are asked to make a donation to the hospice, in aid of local people living with a life-limiting illness. The suggested figure for a single will is £125.
Lynn Maskell, St Elizabeth Hospice legacy officer, said: “If you haven’t made a will yet, it’s important that you do. A will means that your family knows your last wishes, including how you want your estate to be divided. Regardless of the size of your estate, having a will can make life easier for those left behind.”
Appointments fill up fast, so booking early is advised. Visit the website for more details.