Louisa specialises in the full spectrum of private client services including; the preparation of complex Wills covering succession and asset protection, the creation and administration of Trusts (including Personal Injury Trusts), preparing and advising on Lasting Powers of Attorney and the administration of high net worth Estates and complex Intestacies. Louisa has also dealt with a number of contentious Probate cases including disputes between Executors and beneficiaries.
Louisa has a particular interest in Elderly Client and Court of Protection work, specialising in Deputyship applications.
After graduating with a Law Degree from the University of Hull in 2001, Louisa travelled and worked before returning to her studies in 2003. She completed the Legal Practice Course at the University of Sheffield and qualified as a solicitor with a well-regarded local firm in April 2007.
Having always worked in East Anglia, Louisa has many years of experience in private practice and was Joint Head of the Wills & Probate Team for five years at her previous firm.
Louisa is a member of Solicitors for the Elderly (which is a national organisation of lawyers who provide specialist legal advice for older and vulnerable people), Hourglass (formerly Action on Elder Abuse) and Dying Matters. She also volunteers at Friends in Deed and intends to become a Dignity Champion (which is a group for individuals who believe that care services must be compassionate and person centred, as well as efficient).
Outside of work Louisa enjoys travelling and spending time with her husband and young son.