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Judge & Priestley Honoured for Pledging to Beat Cancer
Judge & Priestley Solicitors have been recognised by Cancer Research UK after facilitating £5,181,775 worth of gifts from people choosing to leave a legacy to the charity in their Will.
Judge & Priestley Solicitors has been offering Cancer Research UK’s Free Will Service to people aged 18 and over for the past 9 years, giving guidance and support to those wishing to write a Will or update an existing one.
Tim Goodwin and David Chandra from Judge & Priestley’s Private Client team, were presented with a Certificate of Excellence to acknowledge the firm’s ongoing support and helping the charity to raise over £5 million.
L-R Tim Goodwin J&P, Susan Robertson Cancer Research UK and David Chandra J&P
David Chandra said: “We’re honoured to have been recognised by Cancer Research UK in this way. Many of us at the firm have friends or family who have been affected by cancer. Together with clients’ pledges and ours, we are beating cancer for future generations”.
Gifts in Wills fund over a third of the charity’s life-saving research. Without them, Cancer Research UK would not be able to undertake the vital research that will one day beat cancer.
Clare Moore, Director of Legacies at Cancer Research UK, said: “We all reach a stage at some point in our lives where we start to look ahead and consider what will happen to our financial affairs in the future, when we may no longer be around.
“Our Free Will Service is provided without obligation and we are grateful to Judge & Priestley Solicitors, for the expertise and sensitivity they show in providing clear information and guidance to help people make the best choices for them.
“By combining dedication with the highest professional standards, Judge & Priestley Solicitors has facilitated over £5,181,775 worth of legacy gifts, which will help our scientists, doctors and nurses to beat cancer sooner.”
Judge & Priestley has the largest and most experienced Private Client team with offices in Blackheath, Bromley, Beckenham and Sidcup and can assist with all related matters including:
- Probate administration
- Will drafting
- Estate and inheritance planning
- Contested wills and probate
- Lasting Powers of Attorney
- Planning for nursing home and care fees
- Mental capacity and Court of Protection issues