Wills, Trusts & Probate Team

"sensitive and dependable expertise when you need it most"

Our expert solicitors, here to help you


Nigel George is a solicitor and a member of STEP. He has over 30 years experience in advising clients on probate, wills, powers of attorney and tax planning. He is a Dementia Champion, a member of Hospice UK and is a director of Ageing with Optimism which helps elderly and vulnerable individuals.


jakub kotan solicitor

Jakub Kotan is a solicitor and is currently studying to gain full STEP qualification. He advises on estate planning, wills, trusts, LPAs and probate matters. He also has experience in dealing with cross-border and contentious probate matters.


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Meet in Person

...when you need to. Being able to meet and discuss matters face to face can be very beneficial, especially when difficulties arise or matters need to progress rapidly.

Highly Knowledgeable

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.

Genuine Solicitor

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

One Person

...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

Mr Nigel George

Head of Private Client

0208 232 9560

Wills and Probate Solicitor

Mr Jakub Kotan


0208 232 9560

Property Advice

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 as deputies. Acting in the best interest of the donor is the most important consideration…


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.


Update on Probate Fees

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