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The Will drafting element of the WIQS suggests a number of very specific areas upon which a client should be advised. It generally provides for two elements to this advice:
standard advice that will be provided as part of the Will drafting retainer
further, more detailed, advice for which a separate charge may be made
If the practice does not have the expertise to give further advice, or advice in respect of a particular issue, it may not be in the client's best interests to proceed but there is nothing to prevent the practice from assisting the client to find someone who can give that advice.
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