Lisa Davies Legal Director
“Lisa Davies gave me loads of advice and support during a difficult time.”
“I cannot speak highly enough. Her knowledge, advice, communication and efficiency is outstanding.”
Lisa is respected by her colleagues, other professionals and clients alike for her professional and exacting approach, as well as for the breadth of her technical knowledge and ability to find elegant and effective solutions to clients’ problems.
Main areas of practice
Lisa specialises in the full range of Private Client services, including the administration of estates, advising on inheritance tax, Will planning, trusts and Lasting Powers of Attorney.
Lisa has considerable experience in the administration of estates, dealing with complex and high value cases including those with agricultural and business assets and involving literary estates.
Lisa has been published in Solicitors Journal and a regular contributor to BBC Radio Wales on wills and Powers of Attorney.
“You could not have done better! You gave us invaluable peace of mind in what could be a legal minefield.”
“Impeccable client service, delivered in a timely manner.”
Articles by Lisa
The independent Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) has published a call for evidence to gather information about people’s experience and perceptions of Inheritance Tax.
Related Knowledge & Resources
On 10 August the Government published its response to a consultation on the taxation of termination payments. Lisa Wallis and Ruth Christy consider the Government's plans in more detail and their implications.
As property prices continue to soar across the UK, the dream of owning a home appears to be slipping away from a vast number of under 35’s. Unsurprisingly, the 'Bank of Mum and Dad' seems a very attractive option.
Rebecca Davies was just a few months old when she was involved in an horrific car accident that changed her life forever.
A guide to the reasons why it may not be desirable to leave assets directly to a beneficiary on your death.
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.
The discretionary trust is a very flexible form of trust.