A leading Worcestershire law firm has been chosen as a partner for a professional will writing body.
The Institute of Professional Will Writers (IPW) has chosen mfg Solicitors due to its reputation in handling a wide variety of complex contentious probate matters. The decision, following a rigorous selection process, is seen as a mark of trust in mfg’s extensive probate and private client services.
It also means mfg, which has offices across Worcestershire, Shropshire and in central Birmingham, is being recommended to scores of clients by a trusted self-regulatory body.
Robert Weston, partner at mfg Solicitors, said: “Our reputation is built on decades of trust and reliability.
“While we are a firm anchored in the Midlands, we were selected through an IPW nationwide search for a specialist contentious probate provider. It is a proud moment for us and proves our credentials as a national firm when it comes to contentious probate cases.”
Regular commentators on probate issues, aside from Mr Weston the team includes partner Suzanne Lee and associate Andrew Chandler. Both Mr Weston and Ms Lee are also members of The Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists (ACTAPS).
The IPW is a not-for-profit organisation which puts consumer protection at the centre of its work. It works with the Legal Services Board, the Competition and Markets Authority, the Office of the Public Guardian and the Chartered Trading Standards Institute to raise standards within the will writing sector.
Mr Weston can be contacted for advice through www.mfgsolicitors.com or by calling 0845 55 55 321.
For more information on the Institute of Professional Will Writers visit www.ipw.org.uk