Lynne Bradey, Partner

Areas of practice:
Lynne heads up the Private Client team in Sheffield, including the Compensation Protection Service.  Lynne specialises in cases involving the Court of Protection, personal injury trusts and asset protection for the young, elderly and vulnerable. She also deals with will drafting particularly for families who are seeking to benefit children or other relatives who are vulnerable, and powers of attorney. She is a regular speaker at professional seminars and conferences on personal injury trusts, vulnerable beneficiary issues, Court of Protection and care fees issues. Lynne is listed as one of Private Client Practitioner's 'Top 35 under 35' 2012.

Professional career:
Partner
Qualified September 2003

Professional Memberships and Associations:
Law Society Probate Section
Solicitors for the Elderly
Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners
MENCAP recommended adviser
Action on Elder Abuse

 

 

Publications
Coldrick on Personal Injury Trusts (now in its 4th edition)
Contributed to Tolley Guidance - IHT, Trusts & Estates module
Butterworths Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents - contributes the Disabled and Infirm Beneficiaries, Advanced Decision and Testamentary Capacity sections to the Wills volume and contributes the Asset Protection Trusts section to the Trusts volume.
Coldrick on Care Home Fees (Edition 2) and contributed to Coldrick on Care Home Fees 
Financial Services for Solicitors - Law, Practice and Precedents 
APIL Personal Injury Law, Practical and Precedents - co-author of Personal Injury Trusts section 
Contributor to the Private Client Section handbook
Contributor to The Older Client Law Service
Contributor to Facts and Figures

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