Katie is a private client adviser in the wills and probate department at Graysons Solicitors. She started her will-writing career in 2014 and joined Graysons in 2018. Katie commenced her studies to become a member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) in summer 2018.
Based in Sheffield since 1925, Graysons Solicitors is one of South Yorkshire’s most established and respected law firms. Through its vibrant and progressive team of dedicated legal professionals—including nine highly experienced partners—the firm has built a reputation for providing expertly tailored legal advice. The firm’s Lexcel accreditation—the Law Society’s quality mark—is testimony to its excellent standards of management and quality of service. Graysons is recommended in the Legal 500 2019 for its work in the areas of family, personal injury and medical negligence.
Nobody really wants to make decisions about what will happen when they die. However, these decisions can be some of the most important ones in your life, especially when related to children, young people or adults with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
It’s very easy to put off making a will, or putting a trust or lasting power of attorney in place, but by doing so you are protecting your family’s future: making sure that, with as little fuss as possible, your affairs can be taken care of and your money and possessions go where you want them to go when you die.
Making a will is easier than you think, especially with the help of our wills and probate specialists. We have many years’ experience of helping people to secure their families’ future by writing tailored and tax efficient wills.
During the South Yorkshire Autism Fayre Online 2020, Graysons Solicitors will discuss the options available regarding wills and trusts in relation to children, young people and adults with SEND. There will be an opportunity for questions and answers at the end of the session.
Participants can submit any questions they have for Katie Birch to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the 31st August 2020. Due to time restrictions, not all questions will be able to be read out. However, questions will be screened, to ensure that the most popular themes are put to her live on the day.