General private client work including trusts (creation, modification and dissolution), tax and estate planning, Wills and succession.
Partnership law including drafting partnership agreements and advising on capital tax issues relevant to trading partnerships.
Nicola joined Furley Page in 2004 from another Kent law firm, where she was previously an equity Partner.
Nicola has close connections with Canterbury and East Kent having been raised in the area and attended Simon Langton Girls' school. Following university (Kings College London) Nicola returned to work in Kent.
Since qualifying as a Solicitor in 1988, Nicola has specialised in private client work developing a particular interest in advising those involved in the agricultural industry and rural landowners in connection with farm business structures, capital tax and estate planning, wills, trusts and the administration of estates including business and / or agricultural property.
Nicola also works with our French Property Team in relation to the administration of cross border estates.
Member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners [STEP].
Member of the Law Society's Probate Section.
Member of the Agricultural Law Association.