Brachers support Breast Cancer Care
Brachers wills and estate planning team recently teamed up with leading health charity, Breast Cancer Care at their monthly support service.
The support service day, which took place on Tuesday 4 July at Paddock Wood Hop Farm in Kent, gave a group of breast cancer sufferers the opportunity to access free advice from legal experts Christopher Eriksson-Lee and Amy Lane.
The topics covered on the day included wills, powers of attorney, advance directives as well as providing for young children. During the day there was an interactive discussion on how to ensure children’s inheritance was protected, protecting against care fees (should surviving husbands need care in the future), advance directives about what medical treatment sufferers did not want to receive and the importance of putting in place powers of attorney, particularly in relation to health and welfare.
Christopher Eriksson-Lee, Partner at Brachers said:
“We are delighted to work with charities and support courageous and determined people that were here today. It was humbling to speak to the attendees and a pleasure to share our expertise on how they can protect their families to help face their future with some reassurance. It was a pleasure to support the day, in the small way which we did”.
Visit Breast Cancer Care for more information.
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