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Willwriters support regulation

1 April 2005

The possible regulation of the will-writing profession has been welcomed by the market’s professional body.
Making his announcements over the Clementi reforms last week, the Lord Chancellor said that the government would undertake research to see if it would be in consumers’ interest to regulate will-writing.
Paul Sharpe, chairman of the Institute of Professional Willwriters, supported the move, calling for the market to be “investigated and reformed”. “We are already hearing many complaints from members of the public who have not used trained will-writers, but we believe that the number of people facing problems with defective wills will increase in the future,” he said.

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