Awards Shortlist For Will Writing Firm Of The Year (National)

The British Wills and Probate Awards are excited to announce the shortlist for the ‘Will Writing Firm of the Year (National)’ category for the upcoming event on 18th October 2018.

The Judges of the awards ceremony received fantastic entrants so were faced with a difficult decision to make when selecting the shortlist. After a lot of deliberating they finally shortlisted it down to the following three companies:

An online service, Farewill is the first to be shortlisted, who provide legal forms and information. They have also been shortlisted for ‘Best Use of Technology’ too.

Co-op Legal Services are the second to be shortlisted, who are the largest provider of probate and estate administration services in England and Wales.

Beneficial Trust & Will Company Ltd (BWTC) are providers of Wills and estate planning services to financial professionals.

The Wilkes Partnership are thrilled to be sponsoring the category and are looking forward to the evening events. They provide a complete asset management service to both individuals and legal representatives.

This exciting awards ceremony is brought to you by the publishers of Today’s Wills and Probate and hosted by well-known and respected journalist Jennie Bond. The British Wills and Probate Awards are being held at The Palms Conservatory, Ardencote, in the heart of Warwickshire where the array of winners will be announced and celebrated. Headline sponsors, Arken.legal are thrilled to be a part of what is set to be the talk of the industry.

Dave Newick, MD of Arken.legal UK said: ‘Arken.legal, as an organisation, strives to help pass the world’s wealth to future generations without conflict or challenge.  Our industry of professional advisors and solicitors are doing a fantastic job to assist the UK population distribute their wealth in the best way possible.  It is only right therefore that they are recognised for the part they play and this is why we are delighted to be headline sponsor in the inaugural British Wills and Probate Awards, which will do just that.’

 

 

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