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We are a firm with a breadth and depth of expertise. You may need future support on a range of issues, so why not establish a relationship with a firm that can advise on all legal needs.

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You can be sure it is a solicitor dealing with your matter from the outset – not an unqualified person “supervised” by a solicitor.

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...to deal with. You will know the individual solicitor dealing with your matter so that you do you won't speak to someone different every time you call.

Our Wills & Probate
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Mr Nigel George

Head of Private Client

Wills and Probate Solicitor

Mr Jakub Kotan

Trainee Solicitor

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Can I make a gift as Deputy (attorney) under an LPA?

Can I make a gift as an attorney? Being a loved-one’s attorney or deputy (“Attorney”) appears to be an onerous task at times. Attorneys usually act on the basis of a Lasting Power of Attorney or under a court order… Read More >>

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New Probate fees coming into force

The government’s plan to raise probate fees is likely to costs thousands of pounds for estates which are relatively modest in size.

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Update on Probate Fees

Reports suggest that the proposal to increase the probate fees has been put on ice for now.

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