Gabrielle’s practice encompasses a wide variety of private client matters including tax and estate planning, wills, trusts, estate administration, charities, lasting powers of attorney and other mental capacity issues for UK and international clients.
Gabrielle has a keen interest in Court of Protection work and has recently completed applications to the Court of Protection for a statutory will and authorisation for the attorneys to make gifts.
Areas of Practice
Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP)
Education & Qualification
University of Durham
Qualified as a solicitor in 2016
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