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Robinson Allfree Offer Time to Support Local Hospice Charity

Robinson Allfree this February are kindly donating their time and expertise to write Wills completely free of charge, in return for a donation to Pilgrims Hospices.

Read More All money raised through the scheme will be donated to Pilgrims, in order that we can continue to be there for the families who need us now and in the future. Last year, Make a Will Month raised more than £23,250; enough to fund over 930 hours of nursing care for people facing a terminal diagnosis and their families.

I lost my £193,000 inheritance – with one wrong digit on my sort code

It is the stuff of financial nightmares. You get one digit wrong on the sort code, and send a huge amount of cash to the wrong person. They refuse to return it, and the bank washes its hands of the matter, blaming you for the mistake.

Read More That’s what happened to Peter Teich in a case that reveals shocking lapses in Britain’s banking system. Just hours after a solicitor sent the Cambridge resident his £193,000 inheritance after the death of his 100-year-old father, it became apparent that a terrible mistake had been made.

Robinson Allfree Raise Over £100 at Macmillan Coffee Morning

On 27th September, staff at Robinson Allfree took part in the annual Macmillan Coffee Morning. There were two main camps-the bakers and the eaters and both made valiant efforts!

Read More Over £100 was raised in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support and great fun was had by all. Roll on next year!

Robinson Allfree Raise Money for Save the Children in Christmas Jumper Day

Many of you will know that last Friday 14th December 2018 was Christmas Jumper Day!

Read More So the staff at Robinson Allfree decided to raise valuable funds for Save the Children and raised £58. This was our first year taking part but will hopefully be the first of many.

Fury as ministers hike probate costs from £215 to as much as £6,000

Grieving families will be hit with bills of up to £6,000 under a stealth death tax. The cost of securing probate – legal control over a deceased's estate – is to soar from next April.

Around 280,000 families a year will have to pay more than the current £215 fee – with 56,000 of them facing bills of £2,500 to £6,000. The Ministry of Justice is expected to rake in an extra £185million a year from the charges by 2022-23. Read More

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