Mr Brian Tan > Judge & Priestley LLP > Bromley, England > Lawyer Profile
Judge & Priestley LLP Offices
6 WEST STREET, BROMLEY, KENT
DX 117600 BROMLEY 7
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Mr Brian Tan
Brian has over 11 years experience in all aspects of wills, trusts, probate and elderly client services.
As a fully qualified STEP (Society of Trust and Estates Practitioners) member, the world’s leading organisation for private wealth professionals, Brian specialises in succession planning and administration of deceased persons’ estates (Probate), with a particular focus on complex, high value estates and all aspects of Inheritance Tax.
Brian acts for executors, administrators, trustees and individuals seeking to plan their lifetime affairs. Brian’s matters vary from advising busy high net worth individuals to those who have recently lost a loved one and at their most vulnerable. Brian understands the need to be able to give clear advice in a comprehensive, and sometimes sensitive manner. Brian aids his clients through the legal and tax complexities (inheritance and certain other taxes) arising during a lifetime and particularly upon death.
Brian acts for executors in administration of complex estates encompassing both contentious and non-contentions issues.
Fully qualified STEP (Society of Trust and Estates Practitioners) member
Board of Trustees for Advocacy Now
The ‘outstanding’ private client practice at Judge & Priestley LLP offers ‘first-class service and specialists in the field’ and has gone ‘from strength to strength in recent years’ with the acquisition in November 2022 of Woolsey Morris & Kennedy, resulting in a new office in Sidcup and three new private client partners; Tim Goodwin, Isabel Elliott and Chris Elliott. Co-heading the team is the ‘passionate’ David Chandra, who has significant experience in acting for high-net-worth individuals, charitable bodies and financial institutions on high-value estates and succession planning issues, and the ‘technically superb’ fully qualified STEP member Brian Tan, who specialises in probate and inheritance tax matters.