Lorraine Wilson joined the Wills, Trusts and Estates team in July 2018 and is based in the Manchester office.
She qualified as a solicitor in 2016 and has practised solely in private client work since then. Lorraine specialises in acting for private clients in relation to the preparation of wills, estate planning, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Court of Protection Deputyships and the administration of estates.
Lorraine is an associate member of Solicitors for the Elderly and is committed to providing a high quality, personal service for her clients.
The Office of Tax Simplification has published the second part of its report into simplifying the UK’s Inheritance Tax rules.
It has been reported that HMRC is investigating almost one in four estates on which Inheritance Tax is due.
Where a testator's child predeceases them, a gift left within a Will passes to their descendants unless a contrary intention states otherwise.
Farmer’s son loses right to his late father’s farm tenancy in a recent High Court case
OPG has published its Safeguarding Strategy for 2019 to 2025, setting out plans to improve the safeguarding services offered to vulnerable adults.