Alanna White

Head of Wills, Trusts and Probate Department

Alanna heads our Wills, Trusts and Probate Department. She has 15 years experience and is looking to qualify soon as a Fellow of Chartered Institute of Legal Executives. She moved to Large & Gibson in 2024.

Alanna deals with all private client matters and guides her clients through what can often be a challenging and difficult time, in an approachable and professional way.  Alanna feels very passionate about protecting elderly and vulnerable members of our community.

Areas of Law:

  • Advising in relation to and preparing Wills from simple to more complex, including life interest trusts and discretionary trusts.
  • Advising in relation to and preparing Lasting Power of Attorney and registration of existing Enduring Power of Attorney.
  • Advising Attorneys and Deputies, preparing Court of Protection reports.
  • Advising on Court of Protection applications, with a specialist knowledge in dealing with all types of applications, including complex and contentious ones.
  • Dealing with the full administration of all types of estates including the preparation of deeds of variation.
  • Helping clients on a limited basis, to obtain Grant of Representation.
  • Drafting declarations of trust dealing with co-ownership of property.
  • Advising in relation to various types of funding of care, entitlement to NHS and Local Authority funding.
  • Alanna specialises in matters and issues relating to Mental Capacity.

Professional Memberships:

Associate member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx).


Alanna donates her time to a local memory café supporting community members with her expertise.

Alanna also supports Queen Alexandra Patient Family Carer Collaborative.


Indulging in cherished pastimes, Alanna says: spending time with my family, reading and gardening – both keep me sane. Every Saturday I escape to Butser with my dog! 

Alanna is bilingual, boasting fluency in both Polish and English.

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