Kreston Reeves has strengthened its legal services team with the appointment of “experienced” private client solicitor Taynia Pemberton who joined the team on 25 January.
Pemberton brings “considerable” experience and expertise in wills, probate, trusts, succession, long term care planning, powers of attorney and securing the interests of elderly and vulnerable individuals.
She is a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners and Solicitors for the Elderly, and a volunteer for Age UK.
The firm said its legal team provides individuals with a wide range of support and advice from wills and probate to inheritance tax planning, trusts and lasting powers of attorney
Pemberton said: “Kreston Reeves has a strong reputation for advising private individuals on a wide range of legal issues alongside its financial and tax planning team. Clients recognise the value in having Kreston Reeves provide that holistic approach to their personal and financial affairs. I look forward to developing my career further with the firm.”
Simon Levine, a partner in the legal team, added: “In a complex and increasingly uncertain environment, the demand for high-quality advice and support for private individuals has never been greater. We are thrilled by Taynia’s decision to join us. She has a fantastic track record in representing elderly individuals and will be a valuable new addition to the firm.”