Trevor George is a partner in Shoosmiths’ wills, probate and wealth protection department, based in the Northampton office. He deals with a wide variety of matters including wills, probate and the administration of estates, the creation and management of trusts and inheritance tax planning.
Clients include public company directors, business owners, landowners and other wealthy individuals and their families.
George acts as executor and trustee in a substantial number of estates and private trusts. He also acts as deputy where the assets of incapacitated clients are managed under the jurisdiction of the Court of Protection.
He has wide experience in advising clients on tax-efficient structures for the preservation of their wealth. He also deals with succession issues relating to family estates and businesses.
Kings College, London (LL B 1974). Qualified 1977. Joined Shoosmiths 1981, partner 1984.
Member of the Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners, Solicitors for the Elderly and of the Law Society’s Probate Section.
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