McClure Solicitors partner with
Multi Award winning McClure Solicitors are delighted to be partnered with Deafblind Scotland. We see this as an opportunity to increase our support of Deafblind Scotland to raise valuable funds, and allow us to engage with the supporters of the charity to let them know that McClure's purpose is Making families feel secure.
McClure Solicitors has been providing well informed advice since 1853. Today we specialise in Asset Protection, Estate Planning and Inheritance Tax Planning, helping clients to protect their assets and pass them on efficiently to their family.
McClure offers a full range of services but our most popular service is a Free Will for Charity. All we ask "Just consider a donation to Deafblind Scotland".
This generates around 800 new clients per month - and 50% go on to use us for other services. This has allowed us to grow from a small provincial business to a national brand with offices throughout the UK.
Andrew Robertson, Managing Director of McClure Solicitors said:
“Everyone benefits. You get the Will or Will review you need while Deafblind Scotland gets much needed funds. And if you like the McClure service, you might use us for other work in the future. Over 168 charities now trust us to provide our Estate Planning services for their clients. If they can trust us, so can you.”
Isabella Goldie, Chief Executive of Deafblind Scotland also commented:
“Deafblind Scotland are delighted to have partnered with McClure Solicitors to provide legal services such as a Free Will writing service, a Free Will Review service and a special Price Power of Attorney Service. We would like to encourage all our supporters to take up this very generous offer. In doing so, you can plan for your and your family's future, and at the same time you can support the valuable work of our Charity.”
Our total fundraising for charity in 2018 was over £47 million, and we are currently on target to reach at least £60 million by the end of 2019!
For more information on the services we are providing in partnership with Deafblind Scotland watch the videos below!