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Residents encouraged to write wills after 'major life event'

The 'What If' scenario

An Island law firm is urging residents to consider writing their wills earlier.

Callin Wild is working with local charity Manx Blind Welfare to help people plan ahead - as part of the 'Will Writing Month' campaign.

The initiative is due to run for the whole of March, with the firm providing a discount to anyone who quotes the society.

Fifty per cent of each processed will is set to go towards the charity which looks after more than 500 blind and visually impaired people on the Isle of Man.

Advocate and Notary Public, Marc Furness, says there are many things to judge when writing a will:

You can watch Mr Furness's full interview with Manx Radio's Tia Welsh below:

You can find out more information on Callin Wild's website.

Manx Radio's Lewis Foster went down to Strand Street to ask people whether they had a will in place, and if not - had they even considered it?:

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