Press Release Distribution Service – WiredPRNews.com — THERE are less than two weeks left to claim a chance to win the opportunity to take advantage of a free will-writing service, with The Co-operative Legal Services. Writing a will is a job few people like to think about, yet it is an important task for anyone who wants to be certain that their wishes are carried out and relatives benefit from their estate in the way they want.
Without one, the deceased’s assets will be distributed by an outside executor according to rules laid down in law, and their family and loved ones will have no say in the process. The Co-operative Legal Services offers a carefully-prepared Will allowing someone to express their wishes about what to do with their estate and provide for their loved ones. So for someone who doesn’t already have a will, The Co-operative Legal Services are offering the chance to write one for free. The lucky winner can choose from their range of Will-writing services, potentially worth more than £400 depending on your individual requirements. But anyone interested will have to be quick to take advantage of this opportunity, as the competition closes on Wednesday September 16. The competition is a prize draw, and there is no need to be a Co-operative Society member to enter.
All the details are available at http://www.co-operative.coop/magazinesummer09/prizes-and-more/will-writing-prize-draw/. Will-writing is one of a full range of services offered by The Co-operative Legal Services. It has experts who can help and advise on a range of legal issues which, apart from the writing of Wills and helping to manage the affairs of the deceased, also includes buying and selling a home, legal assistance with accidents and personal injuries, probate, and employment claims. Full competition terms and conditions can be viewed at http://www.co-operative.coop/magazinesummer09/prizes-and-more/prize-draw-terms-and-conditions
About The Co-operative Legal Services: The Co-operative Legal Services provides advice on will writing, probate, conveyancing, accidents or injuries claims and employment law.