Donna Bothamley, head of wills & probate here at Blythe Liggins, one of the participating firms in Coventry and Warwickshire, said the campaign would run from now until the end of May.

Mrs Bothamley said: “We will be writing free simple wills – or amending existing ones – and the hope is that people taking advantage of the offer will leave a gift to Marie Curie in their will – although there is no obligation to do so.

“A will written by a solicitor is the best way to ensure that your family, friends and favourite charities will benefit exactly as you would wish”, said Mrs Bothamley, adding that two-thirds of people above the age of 50 didn’t have proper updated will.

Sally Young, legacy advisor with Marie Curie, said that gifts in wills were single largest source of voluntary funding for the charity. “These gifts are vital to ensure that Marie Curie Nurses can continue to provide free care to people with terminal cancer and other illnesses in their homes and in hospices.”

To make an appointment for a free will contact Sally Young on 02920 426045.

Other Coventry and Warwickshire solicitors taking part in the free wills scheme are Angels, Newsome Vaughan, Ward & Rider and Wright Hassall.

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