I joined Grant Saw in 2021 having qualified as a solicitor in 1991. After working for a number of years for a firm in Peterborough and Stamford, I retrained as a priest in the Church of England and was ordained in 1997. I have degrees from the Universities of Leicester and Cambridge and Kings College London.
As a solicitor in the firm’s Private Client department, I specialise in:
- Drafting Wills and codicils
- Disabled Persons’ Trusts
- Inheritance Tax advice
- Estate planning
- Creation and establishment of lifetime trusts
- Declarations of Trusts over land and property
- The creation and registration of Lasting Powers of Attorney
- Acting as attorney for clients needing professional attorneys
- Applications to the Court of Protection for Deputyship Orders
I have a particular interest in supporting older clients and am an associate member of Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE).
I combine my work with Grant Saw as a solicitor with continuing to work for the Church of England, particularly taking weddings and funerals. I also represent the Church nationally on a number of committees including an advisory group for the Ministry of Justice. I am the author of a number of books on a variety of theological issues.
Outside of work, I sing with a male voice close harmony choir and enjoy swimming, cinema and reading fiction.