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JMW Solicitors LLP

1 BYROM PLACE, SPINNINGFIELDS, MANCHESTER, M3 3HG, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0345 402 0001
Fax:
Fax 0161 828 1827
DX:
14372 Manchester 1
Email:
Web:
www.jmw.co.uk
Liverpool, London, Manchester

Tasnim Khalid

Tel:
Work 0161 828 8339
Email:
JMW Solicitors LLP

Work Department

Partner, Private Client Department

Position

Tasnim mainly acts for entrepreneurial clients and landed gentry with their estate planning requirements. Tasnim specialises in Inheritance Tax Planning and completed her inheritance tax and trust modules for Chartered Tax Advisors. She also specialises in business succession planning (and the use of trusts and family investment companies), wills, estate planning for the older clients, the general creation and administration of trusts, charitable trusts, probate, powers of attorney and the Court of Protection. Tasnim acts for a vast number of international clients in relation to their non-domicile status and has primarily acted for clients from across the Middle East and Asia. Tasnim is also a niche Shariah Compliant Wills and Estate Planning advisor. Tasnim acts as a professional trustee and professional deputy on behalf of clients.

Career

Tasnim has worked in the private client arena since 2005 and is a leading specialist in her field. 

Tasnim trained at Geoffry Lucas Solicitors and qualified in 2009.  She joined JMW Solicitors in 2011 and was made Partner in 2016.

Tasnim and JMW have achieved the following accolades: JCI Legal Professional of the Year 2012 Finalist, JMW Employee of the Year 2013 Winner, Law Firm of the Year 2014 Winner, Best Private Client Team of the Year 2015 Winner. Tasnim regularly appears on BBC Radio to advise clients about the importance of estate planning.

Languages

Urdu, Punjabi

Member

STEP

Education

Shrewsbury High School; University of West England, LLB 2003; LPC 2004; STEP 2015


North West: Private client

Personal tax, trusts and probate

Within: Personal tax, trusts and probate

JMW Solicitors LLP acts across a broad range of estate and trust administration work including advising on complex will restructurings, charitable trusts, estate planning and succession of trusts. A number of recent cases have involved a cross-border element, with the firm advising clients whose estates include assets in the US, Australia and the Middle East. Clients frequently include family business owners, landed gentry and high-net-worth individuals. Leading the personal law team in Manchester, Tasnim Khalid displays 'outstanding knowledge', and advises a large number of non-domiciled clients.

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