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Natasha Senior

Solicitor | Birketts LLP

Natasha was admitted as a Solicitor in September 2014 and joined Birketts in 2017. She is a Solicitor in the Wills Team in the Private Client Advisory division.

Natasha has experience dealing with high net worth individuals, drafting Wills and Trusts, succession and tax planning and estate administration.

Natasha is based in Birketts' Chelmsford office.

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Solicitor | Birketts LLP

Natasha was admitted as a Solicitor in September 2014 and joined Birketts in 2017. She is a Solicitor in the Wills Team in the Private Client Advisory division.

Natasha has experience dealing with high net worth individuals, drafting Wills and Trusts, succession and tax planning and estate administration.

Natasha is based in Birketts' Chelmsford office.

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If someone lacks mental capacity and does not have a valid Lasting Power of Attorney in place, it may be necessary for someone to apply to Court to become that person’s “Deputy” in...
When we think about Lasting Powers of Attorney we usually think about property and financial affairs. There is, however, a second type of Lasting Power of Attorney which relates to health and care. In...
Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants Act) 1975 The Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act enables a person to make a claim where a Will (or an intestacy) results in them...
What is a Trust and how and when is one created?A Trust is created when assets are transferred from one person (the settlor) to another person, people or company (the trustees) to hold for the benefit...
Clients often assume that their estate will pass to their spouse or civil partner automatically and so there is no need for them to put in place a Will. This assumption is not, in fact, accurate in...
It is the job of Executors (appointed under a Will) or Administrators (entitled by law where there is no Will) to deal with administering the estate of someone who has died. Acting as an Executor or...
We all know that Wills are important but we don't all get round to putting one in place. Maybe we don't believe that we have anything to leave, maybe we assume our assets will pass in a certain way...
LPAs are crucially important documents which, like Wills, everyone should consider putting in place. They have become increasingly popular since their introduction in 2007. It is often thought that...
Where a client owns or plans on owning a property jointly with someone else, there are a number of things that should be considered. Perhaps a client and his or her partner have brought or intend to...
Once a Will has been put in place, there is a tendency to feel that "it is done now" and so to then forget about it. We strongly recommend, however, that clients keep their Wills under regular review,...
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