28 July 2020

Royal London enhances legal support on its Helping Hand service

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Meera Khanna, Consumer PR Manager
Meera Khanna

Corporate PR Manager - Protection

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Royal London has made enhancements to its legal support available through Helping Hand to offer discounts on a number of services.

Discounts are available on the following services which can be accessed through legal provider MyLawyer’s website:

  • Will writing – to make sure your loved ones inherit as intended – 35% discount.
  • Powers of attorney – to give authority to someone you trust in case you ever become incapacitated and need help dealing with finances – 50% discount.
  • Probate – to help you through inheritance law if the person who died didn’t leave a will – 35% discount.

Royal London’s Helping Hand support service is included with all its protection plans bought through an intermediary. The service also offers access to a dedicated nurse from RedArc for the customer and their family (partner/children), as well as medical, legal and career helplines. Customers can also currently take advantage of three months’ free access to wellbeing apps Thrive: Mental Wellbeing and TrackActive Me.

Christina Rigby, product specialist at Royal London, said:

“Getting your affairs in order can seem like a daunting task, but it’s important to think about your wishes and make sure your interests, and those of your loved ones, are properly taken care of. Our enhanced legal support services can help to ease the stress of organising your financial affairs.”

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Notes to editors

  1. MyLawyer is an online legal service provided owned by Epoq Legal, regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).
  2. The discount on Probate is for England and Wales only.

For further information please contact:

Eliot Woolfe, Press Officer

About Royal London:

Royal London is the largest mutual life insurance, pensions and investment company in the UK, with assets under management of £139 billion, 8.6 million policies in force and 4,348 employees. Figures quoted are as at 30 June 2020.