Davies and Partners Solicitors has announced that it is to support and work with the National Bereavement Partnership over the next 12 months.
Over the last year, the valuable services offered by the National Bereavement Partnership has been in huge demand. The charity provides a national support helpline, counselling referral and befriending service, for all those suffering from anxiety, grief or mental health issues as a direct or indirect result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Davies and Partners has chosen to support the Charity’s important work as it makes a real difference to people’s lives. The National Bereavement Partnership has a particular significance for the Firm’s specialist private client teams, who provide help and advice to clients in many ways following a bereavement. This can be through the administration of wills, trusts or an estate, selling a family property or when acting for clients who may have concerns regarding the medical treatment a loved one received, prior to their death.
Legal Director James Wickett who heads up the Firm’s Devon office, has been working closely with the charity in recent months. He said, “Through our own specialist private client teams, we understand how hard an unexpected family bereavement can be, whatever the circumstances. The National Bereavement Partnership’s contact helpline offers a hugely positive and helpful service to people, providing specialist support and advice. We want to promote and work with the Charity, to assist bereaved families through such a challenging time in their lives.”
Brenda Daly, Chief Operating Officer at the National Bereavement Partnership, said, “We are delighted to receive the support of Davies and Partners. Their reputation for giving exceptional legal advice, to those in difficult and often traumatic situations, is one that we are pleased to be aligned with”.