November is Jewish Legacy Awareness Month and, as such, we would really like you (after you have considered your family and friends and loved ones) to think about your favourite causes too.

In these ever changing and particularly difficult economic times, leaving a gift to charity in your Will, ensures the future of the Jewish Community.

We are working with our Panel of Solicitors over the month of November, who are offering to draft or amend your Wills (provided that they are straightforward) for Free.

It’s Your Move!

  • A Jewish Legacy

    Continue to support your community and the causes you care about for generations to…

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  • How to Leave a Legacy

    Your Will is an important way of looking after the future of your family and friends…

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  • The Differences Legacies Make

    Your gift will sustain your chosen charity for years to come…

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    Charity

Now that our children are reaching adult hood, my husband and I will be reviewing our Wills again. We will naturally be taking care of our family, but also remembering those Jewish charities that are meaningful to us.

We look upon reviewing and making a Will to deal with significant life changes as a sensible and simple part of personal housekeeping.  It need not be expensive, and ensures that our Wills continue to accurately reflect our needs and wishes, lifting the burden of difficult decisions from our family and making sure that those we care about are properly provided for. –

Melanie Diamond Head of Trusts and gifts in Wills at Langdon