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Alice Carter-Tyler

“I assist individuals sensitively at key stages of their lives, whether as part of planning for future life events or helping after the loss of someone close to them. In doing so, I provide reassurance and guidance to ensure clear direction through often complex processes while building positive relationships with my clients.”

Alice assists individuals in the preparation of Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney to ensure that they feel empowered by understanding the options available to them and best suited to their circumstances. Alice supports clients in the administration of estates and trusts, presenting clear and easy-to-understand guidance to assist with often complex processes, tax and succession planning.

While Alice is based in the Newton Abbot office she maintains close links with all members of the Wealth Management team in Exeter and Teignmouth.

In addition to being able to apply her knowledge and experience to each client’s individual circumstances to assist them, Alice enjoys building trusted and positive relationships that often stretch across multiple generations.

Alice completed the Legal Practice Course and Graduate Diploma in Law at Plymouth University after undertaking an English Degree at Reading University. Before qualifying as a Solicitor in February 2016 Alice gained a broad range of experience in a variety of legal practices, the local council, Chambers and the media industry.

Alice enjoys kayaking and wild swimming together with exploring the countryside and while not outdoors likes to play the ‘cello and practise her Spanish for trips to sunny climes. She is also a Dementia Friend.

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