Proud members of The Law Society’s Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme (WIQS)
We’re delighted to be an accredited member of The Law Society’s Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme (WIQS). This scheme ensures we follow best practices and procedures to meet the highest standard of technical expertise and client experience when providing Wills and Probate advice to prospective and existing clients.
As members of the WIQS community we focus on your best interests and won’t pressure our clients into buying more complex advice or make misleading claims about the advantages of making a Will. Our Wills and Probate experts tailor their service to your needs, using plain English to explain the process, your options, costs, and timescales. Providing you with regular updates throughout the process.
Our accredited solicitors complete mandatory training to uphold the WIQS standard and show compliance through annual re-accreditation and ongoing enforcement checks by The Law Society. If you are looking for a Wills and Probate solicitor near you, we have offices in Bury St Edmunds, Sudbury and London. We act for clients across the country and are happy to talk to you wherever you are.
Please note this article is provided for general information purposes only to clients and friends of Atkins Dellow LLP. It is not intended to impart legal advice on any matter. Specialist advice should be taken in relation to specific circumstances. Whilst we endeavour to ensure that the information in this article is correct, no warranty, express or implied, is given as to its accuracy, and Atkins Dellow LLP does not accept any liability for error or omission.
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