Webinar: Protect Your Firm, Protect Your Clients, Protect Your Will Bank

This month Certainty the National Will Register will be hosting their own expert webinar in conjunction with Free Will Registration Month. The webinar will be on Thursday 16th May 2019 at 12.00pm, titled ‘Protect your firm, Protect your clients, Protect your Will Bank’.

May 2019 sees the launch of the first ever Free Will Registration Month. For one month only, Certainty the National Will Register are providing law firms and Will Writing professionals with the opportunity to register their Will Bank completely free of charge.

For over a decade, Certainty the National Will Register has worked with thousands of law firms and Will Writing professionals to build a National Will Register and National Will Search Service. Today, over 8 million Wills are in the registration system which continues to rise daily.

In this special webinar, presented by Astrid Bowser, Director at Certainty the National Will Register, will explore the current legal landscape and the benefits that Will Registration can bring for a Will Writing professional and their clients.

Astrid will be explaining why you will receive more probate work if your Wills are registered, why you will retain more clients if your Wills are registered and why executors and solicitors are at risk of an unknown Will and how Will registration removes these risks.

Webinar agenda:
  • The part The National Will Register has to play in the Will writing industry
  • What is a Will Registration?
  • Why should you register your clients’ Wills?
  • Analysis of case studies
  • Will Registration and GDPR compliance
  • How to take advantage of Free Will Registration Month
Webinar details:

Date: Thursday 16th May 2019

Time: 12noon – 1pm

To register for our free one hour webinar, you can register here.

This article was submitted to be published by Certainty the National Will Register as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Wills and Probate. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Wills and Probate.

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