Camrass Wills is a small family business run by Peter Camrass who has over 30 years’ experience in the financial services industry and 7 years as a professional will writer. Peter is qualified at diploma level with the Personal Finance Society (DipPFS) and is a full Member of the Society of Will Writers (MSWW). Society members have to comply with the Code of Practice and carry a minimum of £2m Professional Indemnity (PI) insurance. Peter is also an affiliated member of STEP, the Society of Trust & Estate Planners. Since the introduction of the Mental Capacity Act in 2007, Peter has taken a keen interest in Powers of Attorney and this has led him into Wills, trust planning and probate work. In 2010, he trained with BBT Law to enable him to advise on and take instructions for Wills and to become a certificate provider for Lasting Powers of Attorney.
Peter has lived most of his life in Kent. After studying Economics at the University of Canterbury, he started his career in financial services. While his four children were growing up, he became very involved with the local Scouts and is still running the local Scout troop. Peter was a school governor for 11 years and has worked extensively with the teaching profession giving advice on pensions and investment before and after retirement.
In his spare time, Peter runs three clubs: Yalding Table Tennis Club, Kenward Squash Club and Yalding Scouts Canoe Club. He is a qualified instructor for both table tennis and canoeing.
DipPFS - The diploma in financial planning from The Personal Finance Society shows advanced technical knowledge and understanding across a broad range of key advisory areas. The Personal Finance Society is the professional body for the financial planning profession in the UK.
Please note that I have given up my authorisation to give financial advice.
MSWW - designates a full member of The Society of Will Writers. The role of the Society of Will Writers, as a self-regulatory body, is to ensure that its Members are properly trained and indemnified as well as to ensure that the public are reassured as to the competence of the practitioner and that they have recourse in the event of a complaint.