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Solicitor

Sasha Brennan

“Many of my clients tell me that they have put off preparing their Wills because it is a difficult topic to discuss. My role is to put my clients at ease and to listen to their thoughts and concerns and to help them to plan for the future”

Sasha is a solicitor who assists families and personal representatives when dealing with the administration of estates in accordance with a Will or in the case of intestacy where there is no Will.

Sasha appreciates the importance of putting people at ease and listening to their thoughts and concerns when guiding them through the administration process. She recognises that this can be a difficult and even an uncertain time, so takes time to get to know her clients and to explain complex taxation and legal issues, in a clear and concise manner.

Sasha also helps clients to protect their assets and wellbeing in later life. She currently takes time to work with clients to structure and record their Wills, and/or Lasting Powers of Attorney. She also helps individuals with the affairs of a loved one, through making applications to the Court of Protection for the appointment of Deputies and advising on Personal Injury Trust Applications.

Sasha trained with Tozers and qualified as a solicitor in 2017.

Michael

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“Sasha Brennan is a very impressive solicitor, a great help in guiding us through the legal complications.”

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