Mrs Jane Netting > Wrigleys Solicitors LLP > Leeds, England > Lawyer Profile

Wrigleys Solicitors LLP

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Personal tax, trusts and probate




Jane deals with all areas of private client work, including will drafting, with an emphasis on asset preservation for the families of vulnerable people, tax and estate planning and administration of estates.

She has a particular interest in Court of Protection work, including Deputyships, Statutory Wills, preparing and registering Lasting Powers of Attorney and registering Enduring Powers of Attorney.

Jane also receives a number of referrals from other professionals. For example, fixed fee grant applications where there is a personal injury claim ongoing and statements as to anticipated deputyship costs.


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London > Private client > Court of protection

Wrigleys Solicitors LLP has a specialist team that is widely recognised for its work in the Court of Protection and for its management of personal injury funds. Of particular note is the fact that the firm has been appointed to the Office of the Public Guardian’s panel of deputies since June 2015. The practice provides a comprehensive service to clients on all aspects of property and financial affairs, managing numerous deputyships and trusts. It also frequently acts as an expert witness and provides specialist advice on community care and local authority and NHS care provision and funding. Lynne Bradey, Lisa Eato and Jane Netting are all highly recommended.

Yorkshire and the Humber > Private client > Personal tax, trusts and probate

Wrigleys Solicitors LLP is a specialist private client firm, which acts for many of the region’s wealthiest families; the group also acts at a national level. The team, which is jointly led by Andrew Wriglesworth and Marie-Louise Hamilton in Leeds, and Jane Netting, Lisa Eato and Lynne Bradey in Sheffield, covers all aspects of private client work. The practice also specialises in trust management and cross-border work, including Brussels IV planning matters. Leveraging its trust expertise, the group was recently instructed to create the trusts for the children and vulnerable beneficiaries of victims of the Grenfell disaster. Julia Boyes attracts high praise for her notable expertise.