Ellie Holland > The Wilkes Partnership > Birmingham, England > Lawyer Profile

The Wilkes Partnership
41 CHURCH STREET
BIRMINGHAM
B3 2RT
England

Work Department

Private Client

Position

Managing Partner

Career

In May 2018 Ellie was appointed as joint Managing Partner at Wilkes and took on the role solely in May 2020. She also leads our Solihull Private Client Team.

Ellie has extensive experience across the range of inheritance tax related issues faced by private individuals and can assist with both lifetime planning and post-death solutions.

As well as drafting wills and advising clients to mitigate inheritance tax, Ellie has a particular focus on estate planning for high net worth individuals and works alongside our Corporate team in assisting owner managed businesses with inter-generational planning. She provides pragmatic solutions allowing clients to maximise the assets they pass to their families.

In addition Ellie administers trusts and estates and she has experience in dealing with high-value estates for clients across the Midlands and further afield. She assists clients with all of their trust related requirements, from the initial drafting of trust documentation through to administering the trust in full.

Her clients include those wishing to put in place Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Deeds of Variation and Declarations of Trust.

Ellie is a full member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) which is regarded as the industry gold standard for leading private client lawyers.

Languages

English

Memberships

Full member of the Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners

 

 

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.