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Kirsten Wood

Senior Associate

Kirsten Wood is a Senior Associate with over 18 years’ experience based in Rotheras’ Wills and Probate department and specialises in will drafting, tax, trusts, estate administration and lasting powers of attorney.

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Specialisms

Inheritance Tax Planning
Administration of Estates including Cross Border Estates
Administration of Trusts
Wills including Succession Planning
Lasting Powers of Attorney

Approach

Kirsten is based at our Lace Market office and regularly acts for clients across Nottinghamshire. She works closely with clients to ensure their wishes are carried out and family and loved ones are properly provided for.  The Wills & Probate team fully understand that legal issues affecting you and your family can be stressful and Kirsten is on hand to guide clients through the legal process to ensure all advice given is clear, fit for clients’ needs and brings about the best outcome for you.

Kirsten is a fully accredited member of STEP.

Career Highlights

  • Joined Latham & Co as a trainee solicitor in 2003 and qualified into the Wills & Probate department in 2005 before leaving in 2013
  • Joined Flint Bishop as a Solicitor in 2013 to 2021, during this time she was promoted to Senior Associate
  • Joined Rotheras as a Senior Associate in 2021

Kirsten Wood's Experience

Experience

18 years

Qualifications

  • BA History, York University 1998-2001
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Law, College of Law 2001-2002
  • Completed the LPC 2002-2003

Positions Held

Senior Associate

Memberships & Accreditations

STEP Qualified
Member of the Solicitors for the Elderly

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Kirsten Wood's Experience

Experience

18 years

Qualifications

  • BA History, York University 1998-2001
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Law, College of Law 2001-2002
  • Completed the LPC 2002-2003

Positions Held

Senior Associate

Memberships & Accreditations

STEP Qualified
Member of the Solicitors for the Elderly
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