A bit about me

If you’re ready to make a will, then give me a call – I’ll listen to your needs, and find the best way to make sure your wishes are documented.

I always put my clients first – no matter when they have a question, or where they need to meet me, I’m ready and available. I work with people from all across the region, including the elderly and retired, business owners, and farmers, using my knowledge and experience to identify potential pinch-points and get structures in place to protect their estates.

Outside of the office, I like watching rugby, and I’m learning how to play the guitar – hopefully, the neighbours won’t complain too much!

Want to know more?

It pays to be flexible – your circumstances will no doubt change, so putting flexible structures in place will ensure less problems further down the line.

Review your will on a regular basis to make sure it’s still fit for purpose.

Start planning sooner rather than later – making a will and protecting your finances early will help your family and friends to be prepared if the worst happens.

What do other clients do when it comes to their wills?

There’s no right or wrong option when it comes to the contents of your will – it’s really what you feel comfortable with. We can discuss all the options available to you and come to a solution you’re happy with.

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