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Rory McFarlane

Partner Private Client | Sherborne
Direct: 01935 811608
Office: 01935 813691
Mob: 07725 111224

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I am a Partner in the Private Client team based in the Sherborne office.

I originally practised as an attorney for a large regional law firm in South Africa before moving to the UK twenty years ago requalifying as a solicitor under the Qualified Lawyers' Transfer Scheme. I then became a partner in 2001.

I specialise in estate planning and wealth protection, focussing on complex Wills, estate administrations and inheritance tax issues. I regularly advise farmers and business owners as well as individuals with property in foreign jurisdictions.

I like to think that I offer an innovative approach and I’m really passionate about creating a strong client service culture across the team.

I’m lucky enough to live in a lovely picturesque village near Sherborne and away from the office, I enjoy gardening, walking, cycling and exploring the coast in my sea kayak.

 

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  • Mr McFarlane understood the information the charities needed at the outset and kept us updated of progress. Pleasure dealing with him, a refreshing change to work with someone who appreciates the information we need to conform to charity commission regulations.

    Client
  • Thank you for all the work you have done on my fathers trust, from the very start you have managed my queries and concerns with expertise and friendliness and delivered the end result you promised.

    Client
  • I am grateful for the professional and prompt manner in which you and your office have handled my mother’s estate. Thank you, and everyone very much indeed.

    Mrs T Barker
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