The Estate Planning Team at Marsdens Law Group enjoy getting involved in the local Marcarthur community. They also assist many local organisations and volunteer for a number of charities. Their extensive community involvement includes supporting Seniors Card holders, donating to St Vincent De Paul Society and participating in Meals on Wheels events. Their full list of community involvement initiatives are listed below:


NSW Seniors Card

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Marsdens Law Group are proud to offer Senior Card holders:

  • 20% discount on all Estate Planning services, 
  • Free review of your current Will
  • First consultation free
  • No fee charged for safe deposit of Wills
  • Home, hospital and nursing home visits. 

For more information and other discounts please visit:

Cancer Council

Cancer Council LogoEvery day, Cancer Council support people affected by cancer when they need it most, speak out on behalf of the community on cancer issues, empower people to reduce their cancer risk, and find new ways to better detect and treat cancer.

For more information please visit:

St Vincent De Paul Society 

The St Vincent de Paul Society in Australia has more than 60,000 members and volunteers, who work hard to assist people in need and combat social injustice across Australia. Internationally, the Society operates in 140 countries and has over 800,000 members.

For more information please visit:

Meals on Wheels 

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Campbelltown Meals On Wheels and Housebound Resource Service Inc is a Food Service which provides meals 7 days a week, a Shopping Service, a Housebound Library Service and a Visitor Service for people who are frail aged, have a disability, and their carers, to enable people to continue to live comfortably and independently in their own homes.

"As Campbelltown Meals On Wheels President I am grateful for the ongoing support that Marsdens provide us in our Community work assisting the frail, aged and disabled stay in their home longer by providing them with nutritious meals and most importantly social interaction"

- Gary West, President of Campbelltown Meals On Wheels

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The Council on the Ageing

The Council on the Ageing NSW (COTA NSW) is the peak organisation for people over 50 in our state. They are an independent, consumer-based non-government organisation. They work with politicians, policy makers, and service providers as well as media representatives to make sure your views are heard and your needs are met.

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