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Private Client

Who should I choose to be my…

Elizabeth Fletcher, associate solicitor in our Home & Family team, explains the role of an executor appointed in a will and some of the issues to consider when deciding who…

Business Property Relief and inheritance tax planning…

Victoria Cross, associate solicitor in Harrison Drury’s private client team, looks at how Business Property Relief could assist business owners when planning for the future. If you have shares in…

Victoria Cross

Associate Solicitor

Elizabeth Fletcher

Associate Solicitor

Statutory Wills

Where a person is incapable of making a new will because of a lack of capacity, the court of protection can authorise a will to be made on their behalf…

Trustee Applications

A lack of capacity does not automatically remove a trustee from their role but usually it will allow for them to replaced. Approval of the court of protection is needed…

Lay Deputy Support Services

We offer a complete support service for family members and friends taking on the role of deputy. Application for appointment – application to appoint a deputy for property and affairs…

Professional Deputyship Services

We act as professional deputy for those suffering from a range of capacity limiting conditions. We manage the property and daily financial affairs to allow families to get back to…

Writing & Reviewing Wills

Planning what happens after your death might seem like the last thing you want to consider, but it's a very practical way of looking after the people that you love,…

Wills & Probate Disputes

Harrison Drury’s contentious wills and probate solicitors can advise those looking to contest a will on the grounds that insufficient provision has been made for them, or those on the…

Mental Capacity & Court of Protection

The Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA) protects those who are unable to make decisions for themselves.  A lack of capacity can occur as a result of birth injury, acquired brain…

Becci Haffner

Trainee Solicitor

Wills, Inheritance and Trust Solicitors

Good planning is key to ensuring the protection and smooth transition of assets and wealth from one generation to the next. Our Private Client Solicitors are specialists in wills, inheritance…

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