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    Hi, I am thinking of changing my insurance from NCMA to morton michel mainly due to the price.
    I was wondering I use NCMA contracts and have loads of the NCMA paperwork am I ok to continue to use there paperwork or would I have to change everything.

    Thanks Sarah

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    No need to change anything

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    You can make your own contracts and other paperwork with MM ... or continue with what you are using

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    MM are really helpful if you decide to make your own paperwork and will advise you of required content to maintain your legal aspect of their insurance. I found them really friendly and approachable when I did mine

 

 

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