Anna gained an upper second class honours degree in English from Nottingham University before undertaking her legal studies at BPP Law School in London.

She attained a commendation in her Graduated Diploma in Law and a distinction in her Legal Practice Course.

Anna trained with a firm in West Kent before qualifying into their Private Client department in 2008. She remained at the firm following qualification and gained a valuable experience in a wide variety of private and elderly client matters.

She advised on estate and tax planning issues and administered both taxable and non-taxable estates, as well as undertaking work relating to Court of Protection and deputyship matters. She also assisted and advised alongside the specialist teams in restructuring family businesses, giving her invaluable insight into the issues and considerations of clients when undertaking partnership and small company succession planning.

Anna moved to the private client department of Furley Page in Canterbury in September 2018 where she deals with all areas of private client work, including inheritance tax planning, probate and estates administration, and elements of trust administration. She also advises, prepares and registers Lasting Powers of Attorney, including business LPAs, and registering Enduring Powers of Attorney.

Having grown up and been educated in Canterbury, Anna has longstanding, close connections with the city and surrounding area. She supports and attends a number of local community programmes and networks and is keen to encourage the development of local businesses and individuals.




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