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Dying Matters Awareness Week 2022

As part of this year’s Dying Matters Awareness Week, we are joining together with our friends at Rosedale Funeral Home in Wymondham to support a free advice drop-in event.

Between 2pm and 3.30pm on Thursday 5th May, four of our experienced Wills, Trusts & Probate experts will be on hand to provide advice and answer your legal questions in relation to Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney and anything else regarding bereavement services and life planning.

The event is being hosted at Rosedale’s Middleton Street branch in Wymondham, and will also offer the opportunity to speak to their advisors about their funeral services in an informal and relaxed setting with light refreshments available.

The event aims to embody the meaning behind Dying Matters Awareness Week (2nd to 6th May 2022), which is to open up positive conversations around death, dying and bereavement, to help families plan and talk more about their wishes regarding the end of their life. Hopefully relieving some of the pressure on those that are left behind when the time comes.

Both our Wills, Trusts & Probate team and those at Rosedale’s can provide information and guidance to help you with any queries surrounding the legalities and the practical process when somebody dies.

Also during Dying Matters Awareness Week 2022, Fosters are offering a 10% discount on any of our Wills, Trusts & Probate services instructed during this week and up to the close of business on 31st May 2022. Please quote DMAW2022 when making your instructions with us.

Our team are available at all three of our branches, at Wymondham, Norwich and Lowestoft and can be contacted by calling 01603 620508 or via email if you have any direct queries.

Please visit our Wills and Life Planning and Bereavement web pages for more information on how our team can help you.

This article was produced on the 29th April 2022 by our Wills, Trusts & Probate team for information purposes only and should not be construed or relied upon as specific legal advice.