Sally joined Weightmans as a solicitor and a member of the Wills, Trusts and Estates team in May 2018 and she is based in our Manchester office. She is a fully accredited member of STEP (the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners), the Law Society Private Client Section and Solicitors for the Elderly.
Sally qualified as a solicitor in 2008 and joined Weightmans having left her role as Head of the Wills, Trusts and Estates department at her previous firm.
Sally has practised solely in the field of Wills, Trusts and Estates, since qualification and has extensive experience in advising private clients in relation to the preparation of Wills, tax planning, the creation and administration of Trusts, the preparation of Lasting Powers of Attorney and the administration of both taxable and non-taxable estates.
We look at the options available for parents wishing to provide financial assistance to their children who are investing in property.
The value of charitable donations made through gifts donated in wills has risen by 50% over the last decade.
The High Court of England and Wales has recently rejected a claim for reasonable financial provision from the estate of Michael Frederick Hendry
OPG issues guidance advising companies on how to deal with customers whose decisions are taken under power of attorney.
A Statutory Instrument which will implement the UK government’s plans to bring in a new banded probate court fee system in England and Wales has been…