Awards Shortlist for ‘Best use of Marketing and Social Media’

The British Wills and Probate Awards are delighted to officially announce the shortlist for the ‘Best Use of Marketing and Social Media’ category for the upcoming awards on 18th October 2018.

The Judges of the awards ceremony faced a difficult task of deciding the shortlist for this category as they received fantastic entrants. But after whittling down the list they shortlisted it down to the following three companies:

The first to be shortlisted is nationwide firm, Wills and Probate Services (Estate Planning) Ltd who have been established for 12 years and deal with later life and post death planning and administration.

Stephensons Solicitors LLP, the second to be shortlisted, is UK full service law firm with eight offices across the country that deal with a range of complex matters.

Last but not least, Thy Will Be Done (Spain) deal in later life planning including wills, probate, trusts, and lasting powers of attorney.

Based in Cheshire, full service marketing agency, Solve Legal Marketing are excited about sponsoring the category and are looking forward to being a part of the awards ceremony.

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, Managing Director of Arken.legal UK said: “It is really important to recognise the great work our industry does, and I applaud Today’s Wills and Probate for taking the lead on celebrating outstanding achievement in the Wills and Probate arena.  As headline sponsor, we are delighted to support the industry and look forward to hearing about the developments our industry has made over the year.”

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