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Coleman Greig Lawyers supports The Westmead Institute for Medical Research

Warrick McLean

Coleman Greig Lawyers have partnered with The Westmead Institute for Medical Research (WIMR) to provide ongoing pro-bono legal services with respect to their Gifts in Wills program and will assist those wishing to make bequests to the Institute.

WIMR is passionate about delivering discoveries that will result in better diagnosis, early prevention and treatments for serious health issues affecting Australians.

This partnership will allow those considering leaving a gift in their Will to contact WIMR with the view to having a free introductory meeting with a member of the Coleman Greig Wills & Estate Planning team.

During this meeting, those considering leaving a gift in their Will to WIMR can discuss topics including: how to update an existing Will or how to create a new Will; ensuring that loved ones are provided for; options for leaving a bequest, and how to plan the next steps.

Hilary May Black, WIMR’s Relationship Manager – Gifts in Wills says that, when it comes to preparing a Will, legal advice is invaluable.

“Leaving a gift in your Will is a big decision. This is why we are so grateful to Coleman Greig Lawyers, for offering to assist those considering leaving a bequest to WIMR in their Will. The professional insight and advice provided will help to ensure that the results of a lifetime of hard work are directed to the people and organisations that are most important to each individual.”

For more information about leaving a Gift in a Will to WIMR, please contact Hilary May Black at WIMR on 02 8627 3027 or email hilary.mayblack@sydney.edu.au