NHS staff to get discounted legal services with Cornish law firm

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NHS staff to get discounted legal services with Cornish law firm

Published at 3:36pm 12th May 2020.

In a show of support to Cornwall’s dedicated frontline NHS workers, Stephens Scown is offering legal services at half price.

The firm is cutting its will-writing prices to NHS staff in Devon and Cornwall by 50%.

It follows changes at the company to allow them to allow clients to complete legal processes in their own homes using video calls.

Phil Reed, a partner in the firm’s private client team, said: “The NHS’s dedicated workers are putting themselves on the frontline every day in the fight against coronavirus.

"We are so grateful to them and we wanted to show our support by offering a discount on one of our key services at this challenging time.

“In response to social distancing measures, Stephens Scown has introduced a new process to write and execute wills.

"We are able to email, phone or video call clients to discuss or make wills.

"We are already successfully arranging will signings for clients in their own homes using neighbours and friends as witnesses, whilst complying fully with the law and the Government’s social distancing guidance."

To accommodate shift working, legal advisors at Stephens Scown are available to discuss wills out-of-hours by video call with NHS workers.

NHS workers can also access a discount on Power of Attorney services if they make a will with the firm.

For more details about Stephens Scown’s NHS Will discount offer, please follow this link.

To contact Stephens Scown’s solicitors, please call 0345 450 5558 or email enquiries@stephens-scown.co.uk.

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