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The Society of Will Writers is a non-profit making self-regulatory organisation which seeks to protect the public and serve the interests of those men and women who are active professionals in our field.
The Society has set itself two main tasks:To promote to the public at large the real need and sense in having a valid Will; and to act as a self-regulatory body by vetting practitioners through stringent membership requirements, proficiency standards and on-going training ensures public assurance of their bearers’ expertise and competence
Certainty the National Will Register is the Law Society's endorsed provider of a national Will Register and is chosen, endorsed and used by the public, legal profession, law firms, PI insurers, Government agencies, charities, the public and other associated sectors and organisations to Register Wills and Search for Wills.Certainty is the longest-established and by far the largest register in the UK. Thousands of Will writing professionals and the public use Certainty to register Wills and search for Wills prior to distributing the estate. Registering your Will is an essential part of the Will making process and you should ensure you do so with a long-standing register with impeccable credentials.
The Funeral Planning Authority (FPA) regulates providers of prepaid funeral plans in the UK. We are the only organisation that regulates prepaid plans in this way.
We were set up by the industry in 2002 to drive up standards, by creating a strict set of Rules and a Code of Practice which providers must comply with to achieve FPA registered status.The FPA is a community interest company, meaning we operate solely to help and benefit customers. We have an independent Board and an independent Compliance Committee in place, to embed and drive the highest possible standards for anyone who have purchased or thinking of purchasing a prepaid funeral plan.
The Council works to secure widespread awareness of the role housing equity can play in later life, whether that be funding of care, support family members, or simply to achieve lifestyle enrichment, and peace of mind. The equity release sector has provided politicians and policy makers with many pragmatic solutions to a range of socio-economic issues.The future of the later life lending market looks ever more promising and with that comes more innovation, more choice for consumers and more opportunity for professionals to help those people unlock the wealth tied up in their homes. The Council welcomes new applications from those aiming to drive that development of a healthy, successful industry.