Charities suffer as Recession Sees Wills Rewritten, Says Family Law Expert

by Scott Douglas

Saturday, January 2nd, 2010

Gibson Kerr on willsThe influential personal finances pages of The Scotsman have reported a worrying trend for charities, highlighted by family law experts, Gibson Kerr.

The Edinburgh legal expert has launched a PR campaign to highlight how the recession is seeing many peope alter their wills to leave less money to charity.

Partner Fiona Rasmusen told the newspaper, Scotland’s world-renowned quality title, how donations are being cut as people have seen the value of their personal estate hit by the credit crunch and falling property prices.

The article is the latest piece of coverage to highlight Gibson Kerr’s expertise in wills and executry, one of a suite of family- law related services it offers.

It has seen its media reputation blossom, thanks to the experts at Holyrood Partnership, public relations in Scotland

 

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