AN ARBROATH based law firm is reminding people of the importance of an up-to-date will while raising money for charity at the same time.
This month Thorntons will waive their fee for anybody wanting to make or update a will in favour of a donation being made to Radio Tay charity Cash for Kids.
Cash for Kids helps a wide variety of causes from buying specialist equipment for children with physical disabilities, respite for families with a chronically ill child to helping fund play schemes and breakfast clubs.
To launch this year’s campaign, Thorntons associate, Claire Newton, paid a visit to the North Isla Street station in Dundee to ensure the Radio Tay DJs were setting a good example by being the first people to make their wills for the campaign.
George Dunlop, partner based at Thorntons Arbroath office, said: “We have enjoyed a long-standing relationship with Cash For Kids in Tayside, and we hope that people will take the opportunity to seek legal advice on having a will in place while supporting our campaign to raise money for an extremely deserving local cause.”
l Pictured are Radio Tay presenters Graeme Waggot, Stuart Webster, Gary Robinson and Katy Roberts making their wills with Claire Newton from Thorntons in the middle.