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Mills & Reeve LLP

1 NEW YORK STREET, MANCHESTER, M1 4HD, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0344 880 2666
Web:
www.mills-reeve.com

Zahra Siddiqui

Tel:
Work 0161 234 8862
Email:
Mills & Reeve LLP

Work Department

Private tax.

Position

Zahra has been instrumental in growing the wills and estate planning team significantly and it is now a major player in the Manchester market place. Zahra’s particular area of expertise is advising on complex and innovative tax planning, including sophisticated wills and trusts. She acts as a trustee for many family trusts and has a particular niche in advising doctors and retired doctors on their estate planning affairs.

Career

Trained Dootson Eckersley Hope; qualified 1997; Dootson Eckersley Hope 1995-2000; Gorna & Co 2000-01; George Davies Solicitors LLP 2001-13; Mills & Reeves LLP 2013 to date.

Member

Law Society.

Education

Smithills Sixth Form College, Bolton; University of Wolverhampton (1995 BA (Hons) 2(1) Economics); CPE (Pass with commendation); LPC (Distinction).

Leisure

Trekking, gym, films, reading.


North West: Private client

Personal tax, trusts and probate

Within: Personal tax, trusts and probate

The team at Mills & Reeve LLP  has a ‘broad spread of skills with superb attention to detail. The team can think quickly on its feet and explains complex matters in an easy to understand way’. Deborah Clark is ‘particularly highly regarded for her work in family investment companies’. The ‘tenacious’ Tony Hall  ‘seeks out answers to the most complex of problems; his knowledge is immense but just as important is his ability to convey solutions to clients on very complex issues’. The ‘highly experienced and professional’ Zahra Siddiqui can ‘translate the most sophisticated legal advice into client-friendly language’. Its focus is on wealth and estate planning for high-net-worth clients (often multi-generational) for the North West and beyond.

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