Yorkshire’s Legal People are thrilled to announce they have been shortlisted for a British Wills and Probate Award.
The firms Wills and Probate department has been shortlisted for the Large Firm Probate Provider of the Year in recognition of their ability to deliver high standards of service and support to their clients. This shortlisting also acknowledges how the team are consistently adding value and improving efficiencies to make the Wills and Probate service more beneficial and accessible to current and potential clients.
Over the past year, the department has continuously been working on improving their approach to client care and providing accessible information for clients. Over the past year the team have gone from strength to strength with the acquisition of Whitaker Firth in Bradford and Guiseley widening the availability of services across the region.
The shortlisting also credits how the Wills and Probate team has introduced technology throughout their processes to create a new client experience which can result in a quicker turnaround of work.
The British Wills and Probate Awards will take place virtually on 22nd October and are organised by publishers of Today’s Wills and Probate with Arken Legal (UK) Ltd as the headline sponsor. The legal community will come together to recognise the work done for clients during this unprecedented time and to ensure important services are delivered despite the challenges.
Head of the Private Client team, Sarah Power, commented: “The shortlisting for a British Wills and Probate Award is a huge achievement for the department, it is brilliant news that the team have been recognised nationally delivering a fantastic service to our clients.
“Over the past year the department have had to deal with a number of complex legal cases, as well as a global pandemic. They have developed innovative ways to continue offering our legal expertise to clients as well as consistently managing and meeting their expectations. The shortlisting acknowledges their hard work and I am extremely proud of the team.”