In this blog article, Beth Abbott from our Conveyancing team demystifies the term ‘Caveat Emptor’, the principles of which are key when buying or selling a new home. What does Caveat Emptor mean? Put simply, Caveat Emptor is a Latin term...
Jayne is a Chartered Legal Executive in the Tax, Trusts, Wills and Probate department. She has over 25 years’ experience of dealing with wills, probate, trusts, powers of attorney, court of protection and numerous other related matters.
Jayne has extensive knowledge of Inheritance Tax and preservation of assets planning through the use of wills and trusts. Jayne takes a keen interest in older client matters and is always happy to assist clients in their own homes or in a care home setting. Jayne’s easy going nature quickly puts anxious clients at ease.
Over the years Jayne has advised many high net worth clients, including business owners and farmers.
Jayne is a Dementia Friend, which is an initiative of the Alzheimer’s Society. Jayne volunteers with dementia and other mental health issues in the community and takes a keen personal interest.