Everything is more complicated than it was 20 years ago. As such, we must always be prepared to adopt anything that has the potential to make our lives easier. The evolution of technology in Wills & Probate only complements this notion, driving speed and cost efficiencies among businesses, while leaving workforces with more time on their hands to focus on what really matters – their clients.
But to what end does technology impact the wills & probate industry, and why are more and more businesses turning to it for help?
This 14th July, Martin Holdsworth, Founder of IDR Law and Nick Cousins, Founder of Exizent, will host a live webinar to discuss the development of tech in the wills and probate sector. They will cover:
This interactive webinar will invite audience questions and engagement to ensure that you get the most out of the session.
With a background of over 20 years in financial services, Nick left the sector determined to create a business that could have a meaningful impact on the lives of the UK population. He kept on coming back to the stressful and inefficient processes around bereavement and together with Aleks Tomczyk, and with backing from FNZ, he founded Exizent, the industry platform for people involved with managing the bereavement process.
Martin started his career at a law firm aged just 19 and has specialised purely in contentious probate for almost 20 years. He founded IDR Law in 2017 – the first and still only law firm in the country that specialises purely in inheritance disputes and nothing else. The firm has grown since 2017 to extend to offices in Harrogate, Manchester and Bristol and to a team of specialist lawyers and support that numbers over 20, making it one of the biggest teams in the UK. Martin sits on the national committee of the Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Solicitors (ACTAPS), is listed as a Band 1 specialist lawyer by Chambers & Partners and has been inducted into the Legal 500 Hall of Fame for his work.
The IDR Network has been created to provide you with the latest information, support and training when it comes to dealing with inheritance disputes. Along with step-by-step guidance and collaboration when referring clients for specialist representation