Paul Crowley & Co solicitors were recently out in the local community sponsoring and supporting the ‘Will Power’ event in partnership with The League Of Welldoers, at the Lee Jones Centre in Liverpool.
The ‘Will Power’ event was organised for the benefit of local senior residents to help raise awareness and to give them a better understanding of the importance of having a Will and the role in appointing and acting as Power of Attorney.
Helping people of all ages
The event was filled to capacity with over 150 guests present on the day to enjoy an afternoon of fun and entertainment.
‘The League Of Welldoers’ who helped to organise the event, is Liverpool’s oldest independent charity founded back in 1893 and is still going strong today. Their mission is to help and reach out to people of all ages in the community of Merseyside and provide opportunities to maintain and improve their quality of life. Read more here...
Paul Crowley & Co who for many years have continued to support numerous local charities throughout the area, were approached by Jackie Connolly from local charity ‘Passion for Life Liverpool‘ and asked if we would like to be involved and to sponsor the ‘Will Power’ event and kindly invited us along to give a talk to the assembled guests.
the importance of having a Will
Paul Crowley & Co’s Private Client department welcomed the opportunity to attend and were represented by Head of Department Natasha Booth and trainee solicitor Chloe Welsh.
As well as offering valuable free advice, Natasha gave an in depth talk to the assembled guests outlining the importance of having a Will and appointing an authorised person to act as your Power of Attorney to help you manage your affairs should you become ill and unable to do so.
Both the ‘League of Welldoers’ and ‘Passion for Life’ charities would like to say a very big thank you to Natasha and Chloe from Paul Crowley & Co’s Private Client department, for giving up their valuable time to attend and for their offer of support and advice in helping to make the ‘Will Power’ event such a huge success for all 150 guests who attended on the day.
Jackie Connolly | Passion for Life Liverpool
Natasha and Chloe remained on hand throughout the day to offer help and advice and to address any questions or concerns the guests may have had.
Thank you to the ‘The League Of Welldoers’
Natasha and Chloe would like to thank Jackie for all the effort and hard work she puts into organising these events and for involving us in what turned out to be a huge success for all concerned with the entertainment and dancing continuing on until the early evening.
‘Both Chloe and myself had a lovely afternoon socialising and talking with the people and helping them to understand how important it is to have an up to date Will and appointing a trusted Power of Attorney. Jackie and everybody who took part in the ‘Will Power’ event made us very welcome and we look forward to taking part again in the near future?‘
Natasha Booth | Head of Private Client
Paul Crowley & Co.
Making a Will
If you would like to discuss any aspect of making a Will or authorising somebody to act on your behalf as your Power of Attorney, please contact Natasha for no obligation free advice.
Although much of the work we do can be carried out by phone or email, if it makes it easier we are happy to visit clients at home or to attend nursing homes and hospitals to take instructions for Wills, Power of Attorney and to provide general advice, in what can sometimes be difficult circumstances. Please ask for details.
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