Wills, trusts and probate
The team at Mills & Reeve comprises six partners and 17 solicitors, all dedicated to helping you put together the right arrangements to safeguard your assets. Whether you want to draw up an effective will or set up a trust, Mills & Reeve can help.
With a wide range of clients, the team has the right experience to help you and your family through what can be a difficult time. They will ensure all reliefs and exemptions are considered and claimed for if appropriate, help you mitigate the effect of inheritance and other taxes, and ensure that any arrangements to protect vulnerable members are fulfilled and that there are no unnecessary delays.
The team includes members of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, Probate Section of the Law Society, Solicitors for the Elderly, and Country Land and Business Association. All of the lawyers are experts in their field.
They have a wide range of experience, including:
- Capital gains and income tax
- Inheritance tax
- Advising on claims against the estate by creditors and beneficiaries
- Succession planning
Mills & Reeve’s clients include wealthy families and individuals, business people and landowners.
- ‘The best firm I have ever worked with: I can reach them when I ring them up, and there is never a delay.’ — a client
- ‘“No other firm has the reputation, strength and quality” to equal Mills & Reeve LLP.’ — Legal 500
- ‘“They have a reputation equal to the best in London,” comments an interviewee.’ — Chambers UK
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