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Adams & Remers

TRINITY HOUSE, SCHOOL HILL, LEWES, BN7 2NN, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 01273 480616
Fax:
Fax 01273 480618
DX:
3100 LEWES-1
Email:
Web:
www.adamsandremers.com
Lewes, London

Francis Nation-Dixon

Tel:
Work 01273 403258
Email:
Web:
www.adamsandremers.com
Adams & Remers

Work Department

Private client

Position

Francis is a Partner and advises individuals and trustees with regard to all aspects of UK capital taxation, the creation of trusts, matters of trust law and trusteeship, and Wills, with a particular bias to landed estates. He is a contributor to Tolley's 'Administration of Trusts' and has lectured on trust law matters. He is a founder member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP).

Career

Trained Radcliffes & Co 1981-83; Withers 1984-1990; partner Farrer & Co 1991-2001; partner Adams & Remers 2001; contributor to Tolley's 'Administration of Trusts'; various articles in professional journals.

Languages

German, French.

Education

Eton College; Selwyn College, Cambridge (Law degree).

Leisure

Skiing, shooting, hill walking.


South East: Private client

Personal tax, trusts and probate: Kent, Surrey, Sussex

Within: Personal tax, trusts and probate: Kent, Surrey, Sussex

Adams & Remers has 'an outstanding personal tax, trust and probate department'. The team advises on the gamut of private client work, including taxation and complex trust matters which frequently involve issues of domicile and overseas assets as well as Court of Protection cases. Practice head Bibi Fortin Lees 'provides a Rolls-Royce service which the best known firms in London would find hard to match'. Other noted practitioners include Francis Nation-Dixon, who is 'very knowledgeable about anything legal with financial or trust complications', and Simon Mitchell. 'Solution-driven' consultant Amanda Epstein joined the team from Coole Bevis LLP in September 2017.

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