Jackson Barrett & Gass Solicitors are taking part in the Animal Sanctuary Will Week starting Monday 28th April.
The Wilmslow law firm will provide standard Wills & advice in return for a donation to the Animal Sanctuary, Wilmslow.
A Will (or Testament) is a legal declaration by which a person, the Testator, names one or more persons to manage his/her Estate and provides for the transfer of his/her property at death. If you die without a Will (“IntEstate”), then the law will dictate who amongst your relatives receives what.
Will Week gives an opportunity to consider important personal factors whilst supporting a local charity either through donations & legacies.
The Animal Sanctuary, Wilmslow, is run by the Humane Education Society, a charitable organisation working for a more compassionate society through education and practical work with children and animals.
The Sanctuary requires constant work to comply with increasing animal welfare and visitor safety standards. The Society has plans in place for the future and with sufficient finance will be helping animals and promoting humane principles for many years to come.
Melanie Hay, Trustee of The Animal Sanctuary, said “It’s absolutely wonderful that Jackson, Barrett and Gass, a firm of local Solicitors, are supporting us. Their expertise will help local people make Wills & organize their affairs, whilst at the same time supporting a small, dedicated animal sanctuary situated on their doorsteps that is struggling for funds.”
Wills & Probate specialist, Paul Clark, said “This is a fantastic opportunity for people to secure the financial future of their loved ones, whilst at the same time ensuring vulnerable animals receive the help they desperately need. We are committed to supporting our local community and are very proud to support such a worthwhile cause.”
For more information about The Animal Sanctuary & Will Week, visit – www.humaneeducationsociety.co.uk