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    • jennyjelly
    • By jennyjelly 14th Feb 07, 5:59 PM
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    Making a will in Bristol area
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    • 14th Feb 07, 5:59 PM
    Making a will in Bristol area 14th Feb 07 at 5:59 PM
    Does anybody have any experience of a company called WDS Associates, based in Kingswood (Bristol)? They are a specialist will making company rather than a solicitor.

    I ask because we have an appointment with them in a couple of weeks and would like to know whether we should consider them seriously or cancel the appointment now!
    Oh dear, here we go again.
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    • By Savvy_Sue 14th Feb 07, 8:49 PM
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    No, but the general advice is that if your affairs are AT ALL complicated then using a solicitor who specialises in wills is likely to be a safer bet than using a will-writer.

    I think the training for will-writers tends to be measured in hours rather than weeks or years ...
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