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Free initial Wills and inheritance planning advice

Garden lovers will get much more than they bargained for at the BBC Gardeners World Live event in Birmingham this week as QualitySolicitors Davisons make themselves available for free Will and inheritance tax planning consultations.

Anyone who has a short consultation with private client specialist Angela Craig can also make use of a 20 per cent discount on standard fees for Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney and inheritance tax and care fee planning advice after the event.

QualitySolicitors Davisons are proud to support Marie Curie at their stand on the morning of Thursday, 14 June at the NEC Birmingham. Marie Curie provides invaluable support to those affected by all terminal illness, not just cancer, and is the UK’s largest charitable funder of palliative and end of life care research.

Angela will also be available to talk about including charitable gifts in your Will. In 2017 the UK population donated £10.3 billion to charity – £2.8 billion, more than a quarter of which was as a result of gifts made in Wills.

Leaving a gift to charity in your Will means not only will you support the work of an organisation you believe in, but can result in your estate paying less inheritance tax. 

Angela Craig is a fully qualified member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP), which protects individuals by the highest industry standards. Angela is available to advise on all matters relating to inheritance tax and care fee planning, whether for your later enjoyment or future generations.

You can find Angela Craig at the Marie Curie stand from 9.30am to 12.30pm on Thursday, 14 June. Be sure to collect a flyer with the special discount code to receive 20 per cent off any private client services.

You can still book at free initial consultation if you cannot attend the show by phoning Angela on 0121 289 5323 or emailing

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