Jonathan Randall Associate

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Contact Details

“I have an incredibly personable, sensitive and discrete professional service from your firm, in particular Jonathan Randall.”

Mrs K Waterlooville

“Jonathan Randall was highly efficient and very knowledgeable.”

Mrs G Southampton
Jonathan specialises in the preparation of Wills, Powers of Attorney and Advance Decisions. He has expertise in the field of mental capacity.

Main areas of practice

Jonathan's main area of expertise is the preparation of Wills for clients wishing to provide for beneficiaries with learning disabilities.  

Other expertise

Presentations: He has given presentations to a variety of organisations which have an interest in people with learning difficulties and in the elderly.


Related Knowledge & Resources

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Treating mental health with mindfulness

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Client Guide: Use of Discretionary Trusts

A guide to the reasons why it may not be desirable to leave assets directly to a beneficiary on your death.

Client Guide: Principal Duties of a Trustee

On accepting a position as a trustee, a person must be aware of the duties imposed on him by the trust deed and by statute. The following is a non-exhaustive overview of the principal duties of a trustee.

Client Guide: Discretionary Trusts

The discretionary trust is a very flexible form of trust.