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Penningtons Manches Cooper

DA VINCI HOUSE, BASING VIEW, BASINGSTOKE, RG21 4EQ, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 01256 407100
Fax:
Fax 01256 479425
DX:
148600 BASINGSTOKE 21
Email:
Web:
www.penningtons.co.uk

Julie Burton

Tel:
Work 01256 407159
Email:
Penningtons Manches Cooper

Work Department

Private client and tax, capacity and Court of Protection.

Position

Partner specialising in Court of Protection, personal injury trusts, elderly law including lasting powers of attorney, tax and care fee planning, wills and estate administration.

Career

Trained Payne Hicks Beach; qualified 1982; tax adviser Sayers Butterworth 1982-83; Lamb Brooks 1983-88, 1997-2003; head of private client department 2001-03; partner Penningtons 2003 to date.

Languages

French (working).

Member

Solicitor for the elderly – Society of Trusts and Estate Practitioners.

Education

Loreto College, Manchester; Hertford College, Oxford (1978 Law 2(1)).


London: Private client

Court of protection

Within: Leading individuals

Julie Burton - Penningtons Manches Cooper

Within: Court of protection

Penningtons Manches Cooper  ‘consistently delivers an outstanding level of client service; the team has an excellent grasp of the needs of the most vulnerable and catastrophically brain injured clients’. The ‘knowledgeable, practical and approachableJulie Burton leads the team, which includes senior associate Daniel Toop, who is ‘very hardworking and extremely pragmatic’. The group acts as a professional deputy or trustee for individuals who have received an award as a result of a personal injury or clinical negligence claim. It acts for both children and adults with acquired brain injuries and other injuries across the UK and has some clients who live abroad. The team also acts for a number of elderly clients on estate management issues.

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