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Welcome to the Autumn 2019 Edition of Viewpoint

on Monday, 21 October 2019.

A word of welcome from VWV's Head of Private Client, Michelle Rose, and updates on the team and the wider legal landscape...

As summer exits stage left and autumn enters stage right, we can all agree that the dramatic events on the legal and political stage, whatever your views, have rarely been as momentous.

Turning our focus to the autumn season ahead for us, we are delighted to welcome Jayne Udall and Peter Heath from Inheritance Matters, who joined us earlier in the summer as consultants. Rachael Armstrong in our Birmingham office has been busy meeting and reviewing Wills for those clients.

We are also delighted to welcome Nigel Mears, our new Partner in our Birmingham office, who will work alongside Lucy Barr and Sam Hickman, further strengthening our family law offering. Daniel Church has joined our Watford office as a Partner working alongside Megan Seabourne, specialising in Wills, estates and tax planning.

We are also delighted to share the news of Fiona Lawrence's promotion to Partner in our Contentious Trusts and Probate team.

What happens to your digital assets when you die? This is an ongoing debate and pertinent when it comes to making a Will, and we include the latest results of our second survey on this in this edition of Viewpoint.

Finally, if you have made an LPA or are thinking of doing so, or you have been appointed as an attorney for a family member or close friend, please do come along to our free LPA workshops this autumn, where we would be delighted to meet you. Your attorneys are also welcome.

How can our Private Client team support you? Please get in touch with Michelle Rose on 0117 314 5246, or complete the form below.


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