Gail Hall

Partner

Profile

Gail offers practical experience and advice to clients who need help arranging their inheritance and estate planning affairs. She advises on Wills, probate, inheritance tax, Lasting Powers of Attorney and Court of Protection issues, acting as an attorney and deputy for clients when needed. She has particular experience in advising farming clients on succession planning and is also a member of the team advising elderly and vulnerable clients. Before qualifying as a solicitor Gail spent 20 years working for fine art valuers and auctioneer, having graduated from the Courtauld Institute London University in History of Art and Architecture.

If Gail is unavailable please contact, Eleanor Atherton, 01732 375358, e.atherton@warners.law

Experience

  • Administering an estate valued for probate at £4 million and setting up a trust within the Will
  • Running a complex deputyship for a client wholly dependent on me for looking after his affairs
  • Advising husband and wife business owners on how to structure their estates over £5 million in a tax efficient manner

Recognition & Memberships

  • Member of the Society for Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP)
  • Member of STEP Mental Capacity Special Interest Group
  • Member of Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE)

News & Insights

"Having experienced the problems a bad Will can cause, I would strongly recommend to everyone, to see Mrs Hall and make a properly drafted Will, it certainly convinced me and my wife to do so. We were surprised at how easy she made it for us."  


Mr C

"Thank you so much for preparing wills for both, my wife, and myself. You made the process straightforward and easy to understand and have reassured us that, in the event of a tragedy, our affairs are now in order. We also thought your fee was very reasonable given the service provided and the work involved."  


Mr D

"I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the kind and gentle way you explained and dealt with all this with us as a family. It has made the process much easier, especially for my parents."  


Mrs T