The Surrey Wills Company
The Surrey Wills Company is a small private client legal practice based in Cranleigh that is run by Wendy Amos.
Wendy first started The Surrey Wills Company in 2010 working from home and is now in a prominent position on Cranleigh High Street. Her clients are not just from Surrey and reach out to the neighbouring counties of Hampshire, Sussex and Essex, to London, Kent, Cheshire, Devon – and beyond.
Due to Wendy’s personal approach, her clients mainly come by recommendation and are also referred by trusted financial advisers to provide holistic estate planning to their clients.
Services provided by The Surrey Wills Company are covered with Professional Indemnity Insurance & Public Indemnity Insurance.
Wendy is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEX) and has a Diploma in Law and Practice. Wendy is also an Affiliate of STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners) and holds the STEP Advanced Certificate in Will Preparation, which is one of the highest legal qualifications available in the practice of wills and succession in England & Wales.
Wendy maintains an annual record of Continual Professional Development (CPD) to keep up to date with relevant private client matters, including updates in legislation and case law. Overall, Wendy’s practice is to adhere to a high-level code of conduct so that her clients can be sure that their instructions are dealt with by a true specialist in this area of law.
Victoria joined The Surrey Wills Company in December 2021 as Legal Secretary and provides invaluable support to Wendy and her clients as the practice continues to grow. Victoria’s role is based on her love of organising – she manages the smooth operation of the office and has a vital role looking after clients from the initial enquiry to the completion of a matter – and all the steps in-between!
Samantha Davidson – Legal Administrator
Samantha has more than 20 years of experience as a Legal Secretary and has been working with Wendy since 2015. Samantha left her position of working in the office as Wendy’s Legal Secretary in December 2021 so that she can give more time to her family however, she now works from home providing continued administrative support when required and – for those who have come to know her well – she will be back in the office on the odd occasion to cover periods of leave.