Birkett Long targeted under-35s in its Make a Will month during March to raise funds for Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY), the charity it supported throughout 2016 in memory of former colleague Charlotte Adams. Charlotte, from Chelmsford, died aged 23 from sudden adult death syndrome in November 2014.
David Feakins, Paralegal in the Wills, Trusts and Probate team in Chelmsford, said: “Younger people often don’t think about making a will but it’s so important if they own property or have children, so their loved ones know their wishes in the event of their death.”
The firm has already raised nearly £12,500 for CRY and boosted this figure with an amazing £1,815 to be added to The Charlotte Adams Memorial Fund to pay for cardiac screening. A massive thank you to David Feakins, Caroline Woodham and Zara Fletcher of the Chelmsford office.