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The 2023 Bereavement Index needs you

Exizent is excited to announce the launch of its Bereavement Index for the third consecutive year. This index provides insights into the state of bereavement in the UK, highlighting areas where progress has been made and identifying areas that still require attention.

To create this report, Exizent conducts surveys among legal professionals, financial service professionals and consumers. The aim is to examine legal, financial, and emotional factors to determine where the nation stands with current bereavement processes and identify what still needs to be done to make it a smoother process for everyone involved.

To support their 2023 Bereavement Index research, Exizent is seeking professionals who are responsible for managing probate cases to participate in their annual report by answering a brief 10-minute survey. Your input is crucial to the success of this report and as a token of appreciation, participants will have the chance to enter a prize draw for a £100 gift card. Click here to participate in the survey.

The 2022 findings from the Bereavement Index report revealed some concerning facts about the state of bereavement processes, including a decline in consumers dealing with professional services throughout the process and worsening experiences reported by legal professionals despite their commitment to enhancing processes. What will the 2023 report uncover? Will there be significant industry changes, an increase in law firms adopting technology, a staggering insight into resources and workload or more consumers seeking professional services assistance during the process?

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to have your voice heard. Take the survey now and contribute to improving the state of bereavement processes in the UK.

This article was submitted to be published by Exizent as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Wills and Probate. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Wills and Probate.

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