Joanne Buckley

Associate

Wills, Trusts and Probate


Joanne Buckley

Associate, Wills, Trusts and Probate

Joanne is an associate solicitor at Fraser Brown, where she qualified in 2003. Joanne is based at our Bingham office where she specialises in private client work, such as wills, trusts, probate, tax planning, lasting powers of attorney and court of protection work.  Her friendly and sympathetic approach has helped many families and individuals achieve peace of mind knowing that their affairs are in order.

Joanne covers the following work areas:

  • Wills and probate
  • Inheritance tax planning
  • Administration of estates
  • Creation of trusts and administration
  • Powers of attorney
  • Court of protection

Client Testimonials:

‘Many thanks for your help. You made the whole process as painless as it could possibly be.'

'Many thanks to you and all at Fraser Brown for the kind help you have given us at a difficult time.' 


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