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Leeds: 0113 244 6100

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Marie-Louise Hamilton

Email: marie-louise.hamilton@wrigleys.co.uk

Telephone: 0113 204 5713

Office: Leeds

Department: Probate, Trusts & Estate Planning

Position: Managing Partner

Areas of practice:

Marie-Louise provides specialist tax and estate planning advice for individuals and their families, concentrating mainly on entrepreneurial clients and those with family businesses. Marie-Louise advises on inheritance tax and succession planning including the formation of trusts. Marie-Louise also advises both onshore and offshore trustees with regard to trust structures and reorganisation of trusts. Marie-Louise also has particular interest in and advises on the drafting of pre and post nuptial agreements for clients and matters concerning their relationships.

Testimonials:

"Marie-Louise is well known for her competence in family wealth including prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. One source states: "She is personable, diligent and enormously intelligent." (Chambers & Partners)

"I rate her very highly - she is very much an expert in the field" (Chambers & Partners)

Professional memberships:

Marie-Louise is a Dementia Friend

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