Amy is an Associate in our Private Wealth Department. Amy qualified as a solicitor in 2021, having completed her training contract at Ince.
Amy specialises in the preparation of Wills, preparing and registering Lasting Powers of Attorney and guiding clients through the Probate/Estate Administration process. Amy can also assist with the creation and administration of trusts, including Personal Injury Trusts, and advising on Inheritance Tax.
"I pride myself on being approachable, compassionate and friendly at all times. I enjoy getting to know my clients and providing a tailor-made service based on their needs."
What you may not know about Amy
Amy is actively involved in running and supporting the Brain Injury Café, a social support group for those impacted by brain injury.
My recent publications
Insights / Safeguarding your family home with a Life Interest Trust
When the need for care arises, many couples are concerned about funding long-term care and having to sell their property to meet care home fees. Individuals with a capital of more than £23,250 are expected to fund their own care with no contribution from the Local Authorities.
Insights / Ince Bristol's Private Client team expansion with new solicitor and trainee legal executive appointed
Thriving international law firm Ince adds to its Bristol Private Client team with the appointment of a new associate solicitor and trainee legal executive.
Insights / “Is this thing on?” ─ Wills witnessed via video-call to be made legal
As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, an increased number of people have understandably created or made changes to their Will to ensure their affairs are in order and their loved ones are protected in the event of their death.
Insights / Prostate cancer deaths are on the rise - how can you reduce your risk?
Recent analysis by Prostate Cancer UK has identified that deaths from prostate cancer have exceeded 12,000 in one year for the first time. From this, they predicted that prostate cancer will overtake breast cancer as the UK’s most diagnosed cancer in 10 years’ time.
Insights / Supporting Cervical Cancer Prevention Week
January 20 – 26 is Cervical Cancer Prevention Week. Research by Cancer Research UK found that cervical cancer comprises 2% of all new cancer cases in women, and it is the 14th most common cancer among women in the UK.