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Hannah Welbourn

Solicitor Private Client | Bath
Direct: 01225 750017
Office: 01225 750000
Mob: 07881093645

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I am a solicitor in our Private Client team having recently joined Mogers Drewett from Royds Withy King where I qualified in 2016.

I specialise in the creation, administration and winding up of existing trusts but also have in depth knowledge and expertise on a wide range of related private client matters including Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney, tax planning and the administration of estates.

The best thing about my role is being able to provide peace of mind to clients. Whether planning for the future or dealing with a bereavement, I get great satisfaction supporting clients through what can often seem a like daunting process.

I live in Bath and in my spare time I am a keen runner and enter events when I can and enjoy baking, but one of my greatest passions outside of my working life is photography. I regularly enter competitions and I have my own photography website!

 

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