Good Wills & Estate Planning Limited, a company offering all aspects of Estate Planning, was originally started by Katherine Hovey, a lovely, caring person who was always a joy to be around. Sadly in October 2008 Katherine became very ill and passed away.
Katherine loved helping people and when she became ill she was very concerned that Good Wills would need to close and her clients would no longer be assisted. Katherine’s good friend Ruth had many years’ experience working in the legal profession and therefore she turned to her.
Ruth agreed to carry on the business with the help of her daughter Shernaz (Naz). They both wanted to ensure they were giving the correct advice and assistance to people so Naz trained at the Willwriting Academy through the Institute of Professional Willwriters and studied to become a professional Will Writer. Now they are members and regulated by The Society of Will Writers and Estate Planning Practitioners and Naz is currently studying for The Society of Estate and Trust Practitioners (STEP) Diploma in Estates and Trusts.
In 2017 we opened Good Wills Law Limited, a law firm regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and we welcomed Ann Pryce-Jones to our team. Ann brought the company over 20 years of experience as a Solicitor.
In 2021 we welcomed Kimberley to the company, a Solicitor with over 10 years experience along with Emma our Legal Assistant.
Now that Good Wills Law is successfully up and running it makes sense to amalgamate the two companies. This will result in a more streamlined service for our clients, who are our most important consideration.
We want to help people and we believe it is important to offer a high level of customer service. We give you the most up to date advice as industry experts that you can trust and be confident in the information and recommendations we give you.
Family and friends being so important to us all at Good Wills, we give our customers piece of mind that their assets are protected for their loved ones.
Our service is for the lifetime of any documents we prepare and we do not charge our existing clients for any advice we give by telephone or e-mail. This includes any advice your Executors, Trustees, Guardians or Attorneys may require in the future.
We notify our clients when there are any changes in law which may affect any documents we have produced for them.
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