Charlotte Timson


I am a solicitor specialising in wills, trusts, lasting powers of attorney and estate administration. I also advise on inheritance tax and care fee planning. When a person has lost mental capacity, I assist their loved ones in applying to the Court of Protection to be appointed at their deputies.

I completed my law degree at Exeter University. I then attended law school at the College of Law in Birmingham, where I achieved a distinction.

I recently became a full member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP). This is an industry standard held in high regard amongst professionals working in the private client sector.

I pride myself in offering clear and jargon free advice. I aim to be approachable to clients, as often they are instructing me at a difficult time in their life.

Charlotte Timson - Awards and accreditations

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    • Posted on May 20, 2019
      It is estimated that every year there are around 21,000 older Britons who sell their homes to fund care home costs. With the average price of care home fees amounting to more than £40,000 a year, it is no wonder people considering their future needs are concerned. Those who have worked hard all their lives, scrimping and saving for a home and hopefully something to leave for generations to come, are faced with a decision as to how best to protect what they’ve earnt.
    • Posted on February 14, 2019
      A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) allows you to appoint people you trust to manage your affairs in the event that you should lose mental capacity. There are many reasons that people lose mental capacity, such as Alzheimer’s, dementia or a road traffic accident. You are never too young to make an LPA, yet a recent survey found that over 80% of UK adults don't have one in place.

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