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Hayley joined Verisona Law in 2008 as a Trainee Solicitor and qualified two years later. During her training contract she gained useful and varied experience in a variety of professional disciplines, including private client, personal injury, civil litigation, and residential conveyancing work.
As a member of Verisona Law’s Private Client Team, Hayley has a particular interest in dealing with the administration of estates and associated tax matters. She has assisted in a wide variety of cases, including some notably high value estates, and regularly provides advice to clients regarding Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney.
Hayley is a member of Solicitors for the Elderly and the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP).
Hayley graduated from Southampton University in 2007 with a 2:1 in Law and went on to study her Legal Practice Course at the College of Law, Guildford. This she passed with a distinction the following year.
Hayley is a fully qualified member of STEP (the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners), meaning that she is a specialist in this area of law.
- Wills and Codicils
- Probate and administration of estates
- Deeds of Variation
- Lasting Powers of Attorney and all matters relating to the Office of the Public Guardian
- Deputyship applications and related Court of Protection matters
- Declarations of Trust and related property matters
- Initial advice regarding contentious wills and probate matters
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