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Cobalt team up with local solicitors


Throughout April, local solicitors will be donating time and expertise to support medical charity Cobalt.

For those who have making or updating a will on their to-do list, Cobalt’s Make a Will month may be just what is needed.

Solicitors will write or update straightforward wills in return for a donation to the charity. The suggested minimum donation is £150 for a single will and £200 for joint mirror wills (this is a fraction of what you would ordinarily pay for the same service).
Making a will through this scheme is a wonderful way to not only be able to tick something off your ‘to do’ list but also save money and support Cobalt; every penny of the donations made through this scheme comes to the charity.

Tom Phillips, Trainee Solicitor, DF Legal LLP Solicitors, Stroud said: “At DF Legal LLP we are proud to continue our support of Cobalt Medical Charity by taking part in the ‘Write a Will Month’ event. This will be the fifth consecutive year that we have participated in this event, and we are pleased to continue supporting the work Cobalt are doing to enhance medical imaging diagnosis. We look forward to raising vital funds for the charity.”

Whilst there is no obligation to include Cobalt as a beneficiary in a Will made through this scheme, gifts in Wills provide a vital source of income to Cobalt.

Peter Sharpe, Cobalt CEO said: “A gift in your will, ensures we are here for patients in the future too. After remembering family and friends, we are grateful for any support you can give.”

For a list of the participating solicitors and further information about the scheme, please take a look at our web page here,  phone the team on 01242 535922 or email helen.tomes@cobalthealth.co.uk for a Make a Will Month pack.

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