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Anne-Marie Worth

Solicitor Private Client | Sherborne
Direct: 01935 811617
Office: 01935 813691

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I work in the Private Client team, based in our Sherborne office.

I specialise in the preparation of Wills and all aspects of probate and estate administration following the loss of a loved one. My knowledge includes high net worth matters, inheritance tax, estate planning and succession issues.

Helping personal representatives and families through difficult issues is a rewarding part of my job. I pride myself in offering a personal service and a sympathetic approach, which is vital for handling sensitive situations.

Having spent several years living and working in London I moved back to the West Country in 2016 with my family. In my spare time I enjoy keeping fit and playing the piano.

 

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