Charlotte Pritchard Solicitor, Wills, Tax, Trusts and Probate
Charlotte is a solicitor in the wills, tax, trusts and probate department at Slater and Gordon Lawyers in Manchester.
She specialises in the administration of estates and advises clients in relation to estate planning, wills, lasting powers of attorney and trusts. A vast and complicated area of law, Charlotte prides herself on providing manageable and clear advice in terms suitable to each client.
A particular strength of Charlotte’s is her friendly approach to clients, offering compassion and understanding at what can be for many difficult and challenging times. A strong sense of organisation and a practical and efficient working style means that she handles cases proficiently and effectively. Charlotte’s enthusiasm to help and assist the elderly began at an early age, working in residential homes as a teenager and alongside her studies through university. She takes particular pleasure in helping clients navigate the legal system in accordance with their specific requirements and needs.
Charlotte has appeared on local radio and has written articles for newspapers. As a student member of STEP (Society of Trusts and Estate Practitioners), she is also the student representative for the STEP Manchester Branch committee.
Charlotte studied law at The University of Hull and completed her Legal Practice Course in York in 2008. Charlotte qualified as a solicitor in February 2014 and is working towards the STEP Diploma in the Administration of Trusts and Estates, expecting to qualify in the summer of 2018.
- The University of Hull, 2007
- Since September 2017: Slater and Gordon Lawyers UK
- January 2016-September 2017: North Ainley Solicitors
- 2010-2016: Williamsons Solicitors LLP
- Student member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP)