IMPORTANT NOTICE (updated: 24th April)

The Surrey Wills Company is still operating business as usual although, for the foreseeable future, all client appointments will be conducted remotely. This means instructions will now be taken over the telephone or by video call (where possible) and draft documents can be issued by email or otherwise delivered to you by post as usual.

Wills: I am aware that many of you may wish to make a start with getting your affairs in order and I will do all I can to help you during this time. Please bear in mind however, I cannot guarantee that you will be able to correctly execute a valid will during this unprecedented lockdown for the simple reason that, in order for a will to be valid, you need two independent witnesses to be in your physical presence when you sign. This will be challenging during this time and I am keeping a close eye on whether there will be any change to legislation. In the mean time, be rest assured that I will take all reasonable steps to ensure you have a will ready to be executed just as soon as you are able to and, where possible, I can help oversee the execution of your will following social distancing guidelines. 

Please get in touch to see how I may help you.

Stay safe and with best wishes,


Will writing company Surrey

Will Writing Surrey

The Surrey Wills Company is a small legal practice run by Wendy Amos, a qualified paralegal, who is passionate about helping her clients to protect their legacies and their loved ones by creating suitable wills and supporting legal documents.

Wendy has clients in and around Surrey, Hampshire, West Sussex and South London.

The Surrey Wills Company provides specialist legal advice on wills and trusts, lasting powers of attorney, funeral planning and  provides support to personal representatives who are looking to obtain a grant of probate.


Why should you have a will? Control what happens to your estate when you die.

Trusts & Property

Would a trust be right for you? Trusts can be useful for many common scenarios.

Power of Attorney

Would you rather it be your choice, or for the court to make decisions for you?

Living Wills

Making a statement about the refusal of life sustaining treatment.

Funeral Planning

Arranging your funeral in advance, so they don’t have to.


A helping hand with obtaining a Grant of Probate when someone has died.