The survey results will help The Gazette to improve its deceased estate notice placement service, and better understand the core decision-making process for notice placement.
Claudia Owen, Research Manager says: “The Gazette is continually striving to streamline and improve notice placement journeys or reduce any concerns about placing notices. It is via these surveys and other feedback that we can really dig deep and better understand our customers’ needs.”
The survey has no more than 10 questions and should only take a few minutes to complete. The survey closes on Monday 8 November 2021 and all valid respondents will be entered into a free prize draw to win a £50 John Lewis Gift Card.
About deceased estates notice placement
Deceased estates notice placement in The Gazette is regarded as best practice to prove that effort has been made to locate all creditors with a potential claim on an estate. A notice in The Gazette can financially protect the executor from any unknown creditors or beneficiaries who come forward after the estate has been distributed. Furthermore, The Gazette can arrange a local newspaper advertisement at the same time, where there is property involved in the estate.
Learn more about deceased estates notice placement here.
Prize draw T&Cs apply, find them at the end of the survey.