Are you looking for a new career? Have you ever wanted to set up and run your own business? Wanting to start a Will Writing business?Then the SWW may have just the answer.

Why not become a member of The Society of Will Writers and start your own Will Writing business?

According to recent figures, there are still some 27.5 million people in England and Wales without a Will, and a quick browse of the SWW News section, or google search will list many of the problems that can be caused when dying without one. Whilst the SWW does all it can to promote the need for having a Will, it is our members who we truly rely on to service this need.

The SWW, together with The College of Will Writing have developed a unique package, available to prospective members – The SWW Enterprise Opportunity. If you are worried about the technical side of Will Writing, or that you won’t have enough time to market, sell and draft the documents yourself then we may have just the solution. We can support you with drafting, proofing, document production, as well as providing full technical advice and support for your new business.

What does the SWW Enterprise Opportunity include?

  • Your first year’s FULL membership to the Society (MSWW)
  • 10% student discount on the next 12 months’ courses through The College of Will Writing
  • Full 4-day start-up course through The College of Will Writing
  • 12 months full Professional Indemnity Insurance*
  • Full technical advice and support from the SWW’s technical support team

The College of Will Writing will serve as your back office drafting team allowing you time to develop, market and maintain your business, needing only to take the instructions from your clients.

At an extra cost we can also provide you with a website, as well as a stationary pack which includes your logo, letterhead, business cards and compliment slips.

To find out more, get in touch today by emailing [email protected] or [email protected]

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