Nicky Sherrard Associate

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“Client-centered associate Nicky Sherrard is recommended for wills and lifetime trust planning.”

The Legal 500 UK 2015
Nicky is an associate private client solicitor based in Cardiff.  She specialises in estate planning matters, to include inheritance tax, wills, trust planning and Lasting Powers of Attorney.  

Main areas of practice 

Nicky specialises in estate planning matters, to include inheritance tax, wills, trust planning and Lasting Powers of Attorney. 

She also has extensive experience in the administration of estates, dealing with complex and high value cases often including agricultural and business assets.

Expertise

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