Caroline Fraser > Lindsays > Dundee, Scotland > Lawyer Profile


Work Department

Private Client Services


Caroline is a Partner in Lindsays’ Private Client team in Dundee. She advises individuals and families on a broad range of personal affairs such as the creation and revision of Wills, Powers of Attorney, elderly client advice and the administration of executries, including contentious estates and post-death planning. Caroline has a particular interest in Trust Law and regularly advises clients on the formation, variation and termination of private and charitable trusts and associated taxation matters.

Caroline also has a keen interest in succession planning and has considerable experience in advising clients on inheritance tax and general estate planning, often working closely with other financial and taxation professionals. She thrives on helping her clients with life planning for the benefit of themselves and their families, always taking into account their individual and unique needs.


Trained – Miller Hendry (2006-2008; Miller Hendry 2008-2020 – Solicitor 2008-2010; Senior Solicitor 2010-2013; Associate 2013-2016; Partner 2016-2020; Head of Private Client Department – 2020; Lindsays LLP 2020 – present – Partner


Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP)


University of Dundee – LLB(Hons) 2001-2005; Diploma in Legal Practice 2005-2006; (STEP) Diploma in Trusts and Estates (Scotland) 2013 – Distinction and Award Winner

Lawyer Rankings

Scotland > Private client > Personal tax, trusts and executries

With a strong presence in Dundee, Lindsays handles taxation, executry and trust administration matters for high-net-worth individuals and estates as well as for agricultural and business clients. Head of practice Grant Johnson complements this offering with expertise in advising individuals and families on wills, powers of attorney and guardianships. Other key individuals include Caroline Fraser, who handles contentious and cross-border estates, and Sandy Lamb, who has significant experience on advising executors and beneficiaries in the administration of executry estates.