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Lynne Bradey

Email: lynne.bradey@wrigleys.co.uk

Telephone: 0114 267 5584

Office: Sheffield

Departments:

  • Probate, Trusts & Estate Planning
  • Court of Protection and Catastrophic Injury Support

Position: Partner

Areas of practice:

Lynne qualified as a solicitor in 2003. Lynne is passionate about helping vulnerable and injured people steer a clear path through the complicated world of the Court of Protection, personal injury trusts and other trusts for vulnerable people. 

Lynne specialises in cases involving the Court of Protection, personal injury trusts and asset protection for the young, elderly and vulnerable. She also advises on trusts, particularly for families who are seeking to benefit children or other relatives who are vulnerable. She is a regular speaker at professional seminars and conferences on personal injury trusts, vulnerable beneficiary issues, Court of Protection and care fees issues. Lynne is listed as a specialist Wills and Trusts planning solicitor on the National Autistic Society list.

Lynne has written the following articles:

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Why did my solicitor ask so many questions about gifting?

 
 

Testimonials:

"Lynne Bradey is very knowledgeable, very diligent, very efficient." (Legal 500)

 
 
 

Professional memberships:

Law Society Private Client Section
The Association of Lifetime Lawyers
Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners
MENCAP recommended adviser
Action on Elder Abuse
Recommended by the Legal 500
SCOPE recommended adviser
Lynne is a Dementia Friend

 
 

Publications:

Coldrick on Personal Injury Trusts (now in its 4th edition) Contributed to Tolley Guidance - IHT, Trusts & Estates module

Butterworths Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents - contributes the Disabled and Infirm Beneficiaries, Advanced Decision and Testamentary Capacity sections to the Wills volume and contributes the Asset Protection Trusts section to the Trusts volume.

Coldrick on Care Home Fees (Edition 2) and contributed to Coldrick on Care Home Fees

Financial Services for Solicitors - Law, Practice and Precedents

APIL Personal Injury Law, Practical and Precedents - co-author of Personal Injury Trusts section

Contributor to the Private Client Section handbook

Contributor to The Older Client Law Service

Contributor to Facts and Figures

Articles for Elderly Client Adviser, Solicitors Journal, Personal Injury Law Journal, Journal of Personal Injury Law, Personal

Injury Brief Law Journal, STEP Journal and Private Client Section Journal

Practice notes for Lexis PSL on vulnerable beneficiaries, the Court of Protection and Personal Injury Trusts

Webinars for MBL on Personal Injury Trusts, Disabled and Vulnerable Beneficiaries, Lasting Power of Attorney and Court of Protection – a Practical Guide for Personal Injury Lawyers

 
 
 

20 Jun 2024

Election Manifestos and Employment Law – What to Expect?

As the election on 4 July nears, political parties have released their manifestos, including outlines of their proposals to employment law and work.

18 Jun 2024

General Election 2024 – The Education Pledges of the Party Manifestos

We look at the key policies of the main political parties for schools and academy trusts.

11 Jun 2024

Elizabeth Wilson and Jon Lee share their reflections on our Faith in Affordable Housing event held in partnership with Housing Justice

We held an event on 22nd May to celebrate our legal guide for land disposal by Parochial Church Councils.