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Supporting people, especially at a time of real need and transition, is important to me, and my work brings into people’s lives when they are facing challenges, whether administering someone’s estate, helping them to draft their wills or set up Lasting Powers of Attorney.

Business owners, farmers and trustees are all among my clients, both English-and Welsh-speaking, and I am happy to advise on trusts and tax issues as well as on wills and LPAs in both languages.

Outside work I love meeting family and friends and walking my dog Murphy; travelling will definitely be back on my agenda now too.

“Professional yet compassionate guidance”: private client care leads to testimonial

When a client required a will, private client associate Nia Griffiths assessed the issues at hand and provided clear and timely explanations, before sending draft versions and meeting at short notice to execute the will. Nia’s compassion and flexibility ensured the timings suited the client whilst delivering a high-quality service in a tight timeframe. Following this, her client provided the following testimonial: “Nia Griffiths has provided me with professional yet compassionate guidance. She is most understanding and has a caring nature when discussing my concerns and requests. Nia has been available at all times to answer queries or provide additional advice to ensure my interests are upheld.”
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“A smooth and very professional service”: high praise for private client lawyer

Private client lawyer Nia Griffiths was quick to act when she was instructed to draft wills and powers of attorney for her client and her husband. Nia produced both wills and powers of attorney for health and financial matters for the couple. Her personable manner and knowledge led to this testimonial from her client: “We have had a smooth and very professional service from the company and in particular from their Associate, Nia Griffiths.  Nia was very personable, professional and easy to communicate with, explaining clearly and in a language we could understand, the various options available to us thus showing her extensive knowledge in her field of expertise.  We have no hesitation in recommending Nia and her company to any prospective client.” Nia is looking forward to working on similar cases in the future.
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Top Tips & FAQs

Discover my top tips

Make your wishes known - whatever your plans are, make sure you communicate these with the individuals they will affect.

Don’t be afraid to have discussions early and gaining legal expertise from the start.

Be open minded – we are here to support and help.

Read questions I’m frequently asked

Why do I need a will?

A will allows you to spell out your wishes clearly. If you do not have a will, the law of intestacy applies, removing the control from you.

Why is a Lasting Power of Attorney required?

Lasting Powers of Attorneys (LPAs) are like insurance policies; you arrange for them to be registered just in case they are required. An LPA allows you to appoint someone (or more than one person) to deal with your property and financial affairs or make decisions in relation to your health and welfare.

If we have been together for many years, do we have a common law marriage?

No, there is no such thing as ‘common law marriage’ under the laws of England and Wales.

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