Charlene is based in our Hull office and advises clients on a wide range of personal legal matters including the preparation of Wills, care fee planning and asset preservation, Inheritance tax and the preparation and registration of Lasting Powers of Attorney. Charlene also deals with estate administration and assisting with complex estates.
Charlene qualified as a Solicitor in 2021 and has a number of years’ experience advising clients in the private client sector. Charlene is also an associate member of the Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE), a UK wide organisation which aims to set the standards for the highest quality legal advice in areas such as Wills, Powers of Attorney and Elder Abuse. Charlene is passionate about ensuring older and vulnerable clients receive legal advice delivered with care and compassion.
"Charlene appeared very knowledgeable and this gave us a lot of confidence in her advice."
"Charlene Merry was very helpful. She always replied to my emails quickly. She gave me all the explanation I needed. I found her very understanding and patient."
"My wife and I are very happy with the service we received from Andrew Jackson and recommend the team to anyone."
"All I want to say is that both of us are very grateful for your service. Thank you very much."
"I found the whole process of making a Will easy and would like to express my gratitude to Charlene Merry for her kind, professional attitude in dealing with me."
"Very impressed with how we were treated. Explanations all very clear. Have recommended you to my daughters to sort out their Wills."
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