After obtaining a law degree from the University of Exeter, Andrew completed his training at the College of Law, Chester and with T G Baynes. He is a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners and a member of Solicitors for the Elderly.
Wills and inheritance tax planning, tax and estate planning, administering estates, care fees and preservation of assets.
Andrew is one of Mencap's Wills and Trusts Service's recommended solicitors to parents and carers of children with a learning disability and is able to offer advice to parents and carers who are considering making their wills to plan for the future of their vulnerable child. For more information about Mencap's Wills and Trusts Service, please take a look at:
Not just any lawyer can be a member of SFE. Members must have spent a substantial amount of their time working for elderly clients and have to fulfil SFE criteria for membership. They must also follow the SFE's code of practice.
SFE members have the knowledge that allows them to ignore the myths relating to ageing and the competence of elderly people. At the same time, they will take into account and empathise with any difficulties, both mental and physical, which may accompany the ageing process. They are able to determine more easily between mental and physical disabilities and are more aware of social and health problems that arise as people age. This wealth of experience will hopefully put you at ease when resolving your legal issues.
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Andrew Robertson is a Director of Andrew J Robertson Limited.