Clare is a member of the Society of Will Writers. She has a 2:1 BA Hons in Theology from the University of Exeter and qualified as a Solicitor in 2005.

Clare’s experience equips her to provide sound advice upon how to avoid challenges to your will. She has worked in both Family Law firms and on the

in-house legal team at Arcelor Mittal (the largest steel company in the world).


Clare is married with 4 children and lives in Whitchurch. She is active in the local community, having been Chair of Governors at Whitchurch Church of England Primary School for a number of years.


After caring full time for her infirm Mother she has first hand experience of the critical importance of Powers of Attorney and their registration and having a sensibly drafted Will. It was in fact the death of her Mother that inspired her to start Whitchurch Wills.


All members of the Society of Will Writers are required to go through stringent vetting procedures and training. Anyone can call themselves a Will writer but only a professional can ensure your Will is properly drafted and executed. Homemade and badly drafted Wills can have disastrous and unintended consequences. All members of the Society of Will Writers need to undergo continuing professional development of 16 hours per year.




I do not act as a solicitor in the course of this business. My company is not regulated by the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority and I do not undertake activities which are reserved to solicitors, such as obtaining grants of probate or dealing with the administration of deceased persons’ estates. I do not draft complex trust documentation.


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