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Sarah Clacker

Senior Associate Solicitor Private Client | Bath
Direct: 01225 750018
Office: 01225 750000
Mob: 07518 295529

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I advise individuals and their families on how to protect their wealth, succession plan and mitigate tax.

This includes the drafting of Wills, setting up of trusts, elderly client issues including powers of attorney and court of protection, estate administration and deeds of variation.

My matters vary from advising busy high net worth individuals to those who have recently lost a loved one and at their most vulnerable. Being the trusted advisor across the generations of a family, is most rewarding.

I’m a full member of the Society of Trust & Estates Practitioners (STEP) which is a worldwide recognised body of experts in the area of private client and tax work.


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  • Thank you so much for your work on getting our house done.Your knowledge, professionalism, sanity and humour have been greatly appreciated in some pretty stressful and trying conditionsTHANK YOU!

    Residential Client
  • Kat was very helpful with every question I had, and expertly guided me through the process of completing my Powers of Attorney. She also was very patient when due to my busy schedule, combined with lockdown, it took much longer to complete this than we had hoped.

    Private Client
  • With the pandemic just starting out, we as a business had a very difficult situation to manage, with regards to the safety of our staff and clients alike and also a financial decision to make as our business was not able to operate on its normal platform. A trusted colleague suggested we contact Mogers Drewett to ensure that any decision we made would be legally correct. We were met with empathy for the situation that we were in and also offered great advise with what was a rapidly changing situation for people and businesses alike, and with no real precedence to follow. We had great advice from Sean and Lucy and all dealt with very efficiently by Annie. Communication was great throughout and ultimately led us to be able to make the correct decision for our needs and also backed up with all the legal jargon we just couldn’t have possibly known. I would not hesitate to recommend Mogers to anyone I come into contact with in the future and will undoubtedly do business with them again.

    Gary Day GEM Solutions
  • Thank you so much for all your work regarding Vale View, it is greatly appreciated. It has not been the best of years and you have really helped make it so much easier than it could have been and for that I am very grateful.

    Residential Client
  • I would like to say thank you so much for your support with my Uncle I do not know what I would be doing without you, you truly are my lifeline and it means so much.

    Later Life Support Team
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