New look for Today’s Wills and Probate

New look for Today’s Wills and Probate

Today’s Wills and Probate has a new look! The website and newsletter have been redesigned and launched this week as part of the wider rebranding of Today’s Media and its publications.

Alongside Today’s Conveyancer and Today’s Family Lawyer, which launched in 2010 and 2019 respectively, Today’s Wills and Probate was founded in 2014 and has become the leading news publication for wills and probate practitioners. It has provided daily news and industry insight to its growing readership, and is well respected as a source of reliable advice and information.

In June 2021, the publication was acquired by David Opie from previous owners Chris Harris and Karen Babington. Alongside the new style website and newsletter, the logo has been updated to reflect the structure created under Today’s Media, the overarching brand under which sits Today’s Wills and Probate and the the two sister “Today’s” publications; the extensive events programme; and Today’s Legal Content, a niche marketing consultancy dedicated to the legal sector.

The new site will continue to showcase daily news and partner and guest insight, as well as a few new categories including features, editor’s pick and opinion.

Commenting on the update, Today’s Media Managing Director David Opie says:

“We have been working towards bringing everything we do more in line with identifying as Today’s Media. We started with rebranding the marketing agency previously know as ‘Solve Legal Marketing’ to ‘Today’s Legal Content.’ We have been wanting to update the websites and the timing is now right to make this change.

We have got a fantastic team of people in place within Today’s Media to really help us drive the business forward and will continue to produce the excellent news and insight you come to our publications for.

A huge thank you goes to all of our readers and we hope you like the new layout which will enable us to showcase more of what is happening in your industry.”

Today’s Wills and Probate will continue to deliver the weekly newsletter. If you are not already subscribed, please do so at the top of the page.

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