Ann-Marie Aston > The Wilkes Partnership > Birmingham, England > Lawyer Profile

The Wilkes Partnership
41 CHURCH STREET
BIRMINGHAM
B3 2RT
England

Work Department

Private Client

Position

Partner & Notary Public

Career

Ann-Marie has over 20 years’ experience in dealing with a wide range of Private Client and specialises in both Notary and Court of Protection matters.

Ann-Marie has extensive experience of acting on behalf of incapacitated clients as a professional deputy and has served on the deputyship panel of the Office of the Public Guardian.

In 2018 Ann-Marie also qualified as a full member of STEP, which is regarded as the industry gold standard for leading private client lawyers.

Her clients include those wishing to put in place Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Trusts and deputyships.

As a professional deputy she also manages the property and financial affairs of incapacitated clients. These include those with limited assets to large multi-million pound estates.

Ann-Marie and her team are also specialists in acting as deputies for large personal injury/ medical negligence compensated clients.

She has also recently been appointed as a health and welfare deputy which allows her to assist incapacitated individuals on their medical and care decisions.

Ann-Marie also advises on all aspects of mental capacity law and the recent deprivation of liberty safe guards.

Lawyer Rankings

West Midlands > Private client > Personal tax, trusts and probate

Based out of its three offices in Birmingham and Solihull, The Wilkes Partnership advises clients across the West Midlands and further afield. Andrew Hasnip has an established reputation for his work on trusts, complex inheritance tax planning as well as estate work. Ellie Holland has a similar focus in addition to advising on succession planning matters for business owners. Ann-Marie Aston leads the Court of Protection offering.