Christina Richards

Senior Solicitor

Christina Richards has 35 years experience as a qualified solicitor in private practice and for many years has developed an expertise in all aspects of elderly client law including Wills, the Administration of Estates, Inheritance Tax Planning and Lasting Powers of Attorney.

Christina deals with Will disputes and represents Estates, and claims against Estates by financially dependent relatives/co-habitees amongst others.

Free Legal Advice Clinics

For the past ten years Christina has provided free legal clinics at Age UK Coventry & Warwickshire/ Citizens Advice Bureau in Leamington Spa, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Rugby, Nuneaton and Atherstone providing advice on all areas of law. Please click here for details of times and locations.

Christina is also regularly invited as a guest speaker at various charity and carer events.

If you would like to discuss any aspect of Will disputes, Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney or Estates, please give Christina a call on 01926 354704 for free initial advice.

 

 

News and media

  • News
    • Posted on January 28, 2021
      When a loved one dies leaving a Will, sometimes disagreement can arise because of the terms of the Will, whether it was valid or even maybe whether there is a Will at all. Many people think that it is enough to write their wishes and intentions on a piece of paper and this can be used as their Will, but this can lead to huge problems for family members and could mean that your intended wishes are not carried out as you wanted them to be.
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    • Posted on October 5, 2020
      For attorneys managing their loved ones’ affairs under a Lasting Power of Attorney, the Office of Public Guardian (OPG) has introduced a new online service which will enable contact with banks and healthcare providers to be easier and therefore improving the speed with which important decisions can be made.
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    • Posted on October 1, 2020
      Under legislation laid in parliament today, it will be mandatory for solicitors to submit probate applications online from 2nd November 2020.
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