Amy GloverOctober 21, 2011
Amy began her career in 2006 at a legal 500 firm in Staffordshire where she developed her expertise in Wills, Trusts and Probate law and advising Elderly clients.
She gained a LLB Hons degree in Law in Staffordshire and went on to complete two Postgraduate Degrees in Business and Finance Law and Law (specialising in Revenue law) to further compound her specialist knowledge in these areas, being admitted as a Solicitor in May 2009.
She has since worked extensively for private and business clients advising on all aspects of Wills, Trusts, Estates and Powers of Attorney.
She is also currently finishing two years of study to gain accreditation to the highly regarded ‘Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners’, the recognised professional body of excellence for Wills, Trusts and Estates practitioners.
Amy has exceptional client liaison and communication skills and is frequently recommended by existing clients. She has a broad range of experience in all aspects of Wills, Trusts and Probate law. She also acts both on behalf of and as Court Appointed Deputy for Elderly clients who are unable to manage their own affairs.
Amy can provide complex tailored Inheritance Tax Planning solutions, including Will Trusts and Lifetime Settlements, utilisation of multiple Nil Rate Bands and maximisation of Business Property and Agricultural Property Relief. She administers Estates and Trusts which are often of high value and involve significant business and commercial assets.
Amy is pragmatic in her approach in dealing with complex family situations and securing mutually acceptable solutions in contentious matters; she has also recently secured a large out of court settlement for a client under an Inheritance Act (Family Provisions) claim as well as successfully defending claims on behalf of estates.
Outside of the office Amy enjoys spending time with her young family, helping out with the family farming business and competing in local equestrian activities. She is also a Trustee for Cerebral Palsy Mid Staffs, a charity helping people with disabilities, and a keen Rugby supporter, having been involved in running her local club for many years.This entry was posted in Our People. Bookmark the permalink.