The Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 permits claims for reasonable financial provision from the estate of a deceased person, regardless of whether a Will exists in each...
I originally joined Buckles Solicitors in April 2013 as a Paralegal. I began my training contract with Buckles in 2014, completing seats in the Private Client, Dispute Resolution and Company Commercial departments, and qualified as a Solicitor in April 2016.
I now work in our Private Client department where I specialise in Lifetime Planning, to include Wills, Powers of Attorney, wealth preservation, Inheritance Tax planning and Trusts. In addition to my client work, I am the Line Manager for the professional support lawyers.
Before joining Buckles, I worked at a high street firm in Royston, Hertfordshire, studied law at the University of Hertfordshire and completed the Legal Practice Course at the University of Law, Bloomsbury.
I play badminton with the company team and, away from the office, enjoy seeing live music (I’m a Springsteen superfan), cooking (especially when it involves using wine!) and travelling.