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Gifting money to charity in your Will

Posted on Friday, 31st May 2013 by
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With the great EHL and LOROS marathon cycle ride from Leicester to Skegness less than 24 hours away please do not hesitate to use the link on our website to sponsor our intrepid team. They’ve all been burning up the roads in training for this 86 mile endurance event. I’m sure they will all be exhausted by the end of it but it will be worth it to support such a fine cause.

 

Making a Will is a vital but much less tiring way to give money to charity. Charities can get hard hit in difficult economic times and gifts by Will are a great way to help deserving causes carry on their valuable work. Even relatively small gifts make a difference if we all do it. Ask our Wills team when you come to see us. The gifts need to be carefully drafted to ensure that it is exactly the right Charity that benefits as they can have very similar names if they deal with similar issues i.e. Cancer research.

 

It obviously does not increase the cost of making a Will to add these gifts in and it does not have to be a gift to a large national organisation. Local charities near you also need support.

Emma Fuller is head of the private client team at EHL; our solicitors in Loughborough are experts in their fields and dedicated to quality client care. If you would like to find out more about our solicitors in Loughborough please contact us.

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Emma Fuller - Wills, Probate and LPA
Emma Fuller - Wills, Probate and LPA
emma.f@ehlsolicitors.co.uk 01509 212 108
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