Mogers Drewett, the West Country based law firm with offices in Bath, Sherborne, Wells and Frome, has successfully achieved Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme (WIQS) accreditation from the Law Society, which provides a best practice quality mark for Wills and estate administration advice that consumers can trust.
The WIQS scheme sets client service standards to ensure transparency in process, costs and communications, and outlines required practices for Will drafting, probate and estate administration. The scheme has been designed to help address common risks, errors and inconsistencies that arise in delivering advice.
Rory McFarlane, Partner and Head of Private Client at Mogers Drewett said “As Wills, inheritance and end-of-life estates administration is a core service, we have always strived to ensure we deliver only the best advice and the highest levels of integrity to our clients. End of life affairs are particularly sensitive and there should never be an additional burden of poor advice or service placed on the bereaved. This is fundamentally understood and appreciated by Mogers Drewett and our solicitors.
“By securing WIQS accreditation our clients can be assured that we have the necessary expertise to deliver Wills and inheritance advice, and that we will give them the information they need to understand the process, options, costs and timescales from the outset.
“The WIQS accreditation scheme is extremely robust, and as well as assessment our solicitors undertake mandatory training. It is testament to the dedication of our Private Client team that we were able to secure this accreditation.”
As an accredited member of the Law Society Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme, Mogers Drewett can provide advice on Lasting Powers of Attorney, Inheritance Tax, Asset Protection and any other matters to ensure that you have all information relevant to planning for your future.