Senior Associate Solicitor
Abbie is an experienced private client solicitor and a member of the Society for Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP).
Abbie grew up in North Devon and joined the firm as a trainee solicitor in 2005 after completing her law degree at Swansea University.
Abbie advises clients on all aspects of private client work including will preparation, trusts, probate, tax and estate planning, powers of attorney and Court of Protection applications. She also provides advice on will disputes.
As many of the clients who Abbie helps may have trouble getting to the office, Abbie is always happy to travel to meet them at home, in nursing care or in hospital, throughout the North Devon and Torridge areas.
Abbie provides a caring and efficient service to individuals and families at very difficult times of their lives and she is invariably praised for her sympathetic and professional approach.
Abbie is recently married and in her spare time enjoys a wide variety of interests including cycling, surfing, scuba diving, photography and reading.
The long awaited investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority makes some damning conclusions about the unregulated activity of will-writers.08/09/2023
Applying for and dealing with probate can be complex, but our expert solicitors are happy to help you.07/12/2022
There are several different types of power of attorney, all of which have different functions. Which is the right one for you?06/09/2022
A trust is a complex legal vehicle and it is important that you seek advice from a qualified lawyer to help you through the process.29/08/2022
The wills of deceased senior members of the Royal Family are kept under lock and key - but why, when wills become public documents after someone dies?31/01/2022
The rules permitting electronic witnessing of wills was supposed to be a temporary measure, but has the extension of this rule paved the way for a more permanent chance to these ancient requirements?13/01/2022