Getting to know my clients on a personal level and developing close relationships is why I enjoy working in this area of law. Whether it’s protecting future generations or helping a difficult situation, I will offer a tailored and personable approach that’s right for you.
Specialising in wills, probate, powers of attorney and estate planning, I have helped a wide range of clients including recently bereaved, vulnerable and older clients, and people looking to start a family. Being a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) also helps me to provide quality service for clients.
Outside work, I enjoy spending time outdoors – whether it’s walking my dog or horse riding.
Get ahead and prepare your will; it is key for the future and protecting your loved ones.
Ask as many questions as you need to. The more we know about your situation, the better.
How often should I review my will?
We advise clients generally every three to five years, or if a major change in their life happens. Some examples include having a child, moving house, separating or getting divorced, starting a new relationship or if an executor named in your will dies.