Kim Hayton, HR Director at FDR Law discusses Children in the workplace Q: One of our employees has childcare issues and has asked if they can bring their child into work during the school holidays, what should we do? A: We all know that the school...
Emma Stride qualified as a solicitor in 1990 and helps people at several stages in their life. She is an expert in all aspects of Will-making and inheritance tax planning and then assists bereaved families deal with the administration of an estate after the death of a loved one.
Her expertise assists clients in the preparation of Wills, Powers of Attorney and applications to the Court of Protection, for those who lack the capacity to make their own decisions. She also advises on the best ways to avoid unnecessary inheritance tax payments and can act as a reliable executor to ensure clients’ wishes are followed after their deaths.
Bereaved families appreciate her caring approach to dealing with probate matters. She offers a supportive shoulder to lean on for families trying to deal with the administration of their loved one’s estate. Using her skill and expertise, she always aims to complete the process as sensitively and efficiently as possible.
She deals with all types of estate matters from straightforward, modest transfers to complex high value estates and intestacy cases where no Will exists.
Emma is a full member of STEP and a member of the Law Society's Private Client Section.