I work with a wide range of people – not just those who are elderly but business and farming clients and young families starting out as well, helping them to plan ahead for their future and for their families. I want to make a difference to my clients, by encouraging them to consider options which they might not have thought about before.
I enjoy meeting my clients and helping them to protect their future and solve problems for them, so that they are confident about the way ahead.
Outside work I enjoy ballet, having danced with the English National Ballet before becoming a lawyer, and spending time with my young daughter.
Review your will frequently and especially upon any change in family circumstances.
Put a Lasting Power of Attorney in place to help family members, in case you lose mental capacity to run your own affairs.
Keep a good up to date records of your finances to include lists of assets and any gifts made.
Do I need both types of LPA?
Yes, if you want to ensure that you are protected for any issues that may arise in the event of lack of capacity. Health and Welfare will cover all personal aspects of day to day life and Property and Finances will enable attorneys can deal with personal assets.