Seema Solanki Trusts & Estates Associate

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Seema brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Trusts & Estates Team, advising clients on Wills, Tax Planning, Estate & Trust Administration and Powers of Attorney.

Seema deals with the management and administration of complex estates and advises on family succession and tax planning, working alongside executors, trustees and fellow professionals. Seema also has expertise in dealing with the elderly and care matters which includes managing their personal affairs and Court of Protection Deputyship matters.

Barr Ellison seems part of our family.

Nerlyna Austin

Seema has always worked in the Cambridgeshire area and is recognised for her professional and holistic client care skills. Seema is a member of the Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners (STEP) and is Chair of the Cambridge STEP branch. She also a full professional member of Solicitors for the Elderly and is a Dementia Friend.

Barr Ellison seems part of our family. My husband Richard had told me that Barr Ellison would take care of me and my son, and he was right. You guided me through everything with regard to my husband's estate, always making clear the choices open to us. Seema Solanki and Helen Murphy were so kind, approachable and trustworthy, they feel like sisters to me.

Nerlyna Austin

I found your service very helpful and friendly and I would definitely recommend you to friends and family. Seema Solanki was extremely professional as she made me aware of and pointed out matters regarding our Will and Power of Attorney.

Judith Miller

Thank you Sarah Payne and Seema Solanki. I was really impressed and never regretted making my initial contact. I would not hesitate to use Barr Ellison again. Thank you so much.

Julie Savill-Fell

Seema Solanki provided an excellent service and was always punctual for meetings at your Addenbrooke's office.

Mr Ian McMillan

Seema was a true professional in all aspects of her work and was sensitive at all times due to the nature of the case.

Karen Iles