Author: Graeme Hills
As Head of Legal Practice, Graeme Hills works closely with clients and their families to help them make sense of the complex world of probate, wills, and trusts. His natural compassion, combined with his knowledge of tax and determination to provide the best possible advice during what can be a difficult time, gives Graeme the skills and expertise to progress our probate services offering.
Graeme's role encompasses a huge variety of tax matters and over the years he has sat on each of the firm’s tax technical committees. He is driven by a genuine enthusiasm for tax work, and providing bespoke tax advice aimed at the specific needs of each client.
Graeme Specialisms include corporation tax, capital allowances and VAT on land & property as well as his role as Head of Legal Practice.
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