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Solicitor

Naomi Hoare

“I put the relationship with my clients at the centre of what I do. My aim is to listen carefully to their aims and concerns and deliver technical expertise, tailored to their circumstances, in an easy-to-understand manner”

Naomi is a solicitor in our Teignmouth office dealing with individuals and helping them to draft Lasting Powers of Attorney and Wills as part of planning for later life, as well as dealing with those looking for support in administering an estate. She is also able to help with the legal considerations required when discussing inheritance tax advice.

She enjoys getting to know her clients and works tirelessly to find solutions that are tailored to them individually. Naomi recognises that these particular areas of law may feel complex and sensitive, she uses empathy and understanding whilst applying her breadth of knowledge to the situation deliver communication and outcomes in a way which is helpful and relevant.

Qualifying in 2011, Naomi is a full member of the Society of Trusts and Estate Practitioners ('STEP'). She has always lived and worked in the South West, enjoying the outdoors and making the most of the proximity to the coast by regularly sailing with my family in the spring and summer months.

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