Our People

Nicholas Andrews

Nicholas Andrews

Senior Legal Adviser

Nicholas Andrews

Senior Legal Adviser

Nicholas Andrews
Locations Canterbury
Tel 01227 763939
Email naa@furleypage.co.uk

Law for the older client, Court of Protection Receiverships (deputies post October 2007) mental health and incapacity law, charities, powers of attorney (Enduring, General Lasting), Wills, Advance Directives (Living Wills).

Nicholas Andrews has worked in the legal profession for over 40 years. He began his career in Lincoln’s Inn before moving to Canterbury in 1972. He undertook ecclesiastical law for a while and now specialises in all of the above disciplines acting as attorney or Receiver (Deputy) for many clients.

Nicholas Andrews is Clerk and Receiver to Eastbridge Hospital, an ancient almshouse foundation in the City of Canterbury and Clerk to the Sir Roger Manwood Charity.

He regularly lectures on accredited courses for nurses, social workers and adult mental health teams on legal issues in Palliative Care, Law for the Older Client and on the 2005 Mental Capacity Act. He is a founder member of Pilgrims Hospices in East Kent and serves on their Complaints Committee. He provides an on call service throughout the year to patients in the three Hospices for the purpose of Will making and end of life decisions.

  • Member of Solicitors for the Elderly

  • Member of Action on Elder Abuse

  • Member of the International Guardianship Network

  • Member of International Network for Prevention of Elder Abuse (INPEA)

Furley Page Solicitors’ team provides ‘prompt and pragmatic...

Furley Page Solicitors’ team provides ‘prompt and pragmatic advice’, and is ‘consistently up to date with current developments within the sector’, advising charities on all aspects of their operations including start-up, governance, employment and tax matters and commercial disputes.  Practice head Aaron Spencer ‘has great experience in the sector’ and is ‘backed up by an excellent team’, which also includes employment lawyer Amanda Okill, corporate practitioner Tony Chester and Nicholas Andrews, who specialises in almshouse charities. The Legal 500 2017 - Charities and not-for-profit

Areas of Specialism

Law for the older client, Court of Protection Receiverships (deputies post October 2007) mental health and incapacity law, charities, powers of attorney (Enduring, General Lasting), Wills, Advance Directives (Living Wills).

Career

Nicholas Andrews has worked in the legal profession for over 40 years. He began his career in Lincoln’s Inn before moving to Canterbury in 1972. He undertook ecclesiastical law for a while and now specialises in all of the above disciplines acting as attorney or Receiver (Deputy) for many clients.

Nicholas Andrews is Clerk and Receiver to Eastbridge Hospital, an ancient almshouse foundation in the City of Canterbury and Clerk to the Sir Roger Manwood Charity.

He regularly lectures on accredited courses for nurses, social workers and adult mental health teams on legal issues in Palliative Care, Law for the Older Client and on the 2005 Mental Capacity Act. He is a founder member of Pilgrims Hospices in East Kent and serves on their Complaints Committee. He provides an on call service throughout the year to patients in the three Hospices for the purpose of Will making and end of life decisions.

Memberships

Member of Solicitors for the Elderly

Member of Action on Elder Abuse

Member of the International Guardianship Network

Member of International Network for Prevention of Elder Abuse (INPEA)

Testimonials

Furley Page Solicitors’ team provides ‘prompt and pragmatic...

Furley Page Solicitors’ team provides ‘prompt and pragmatic advice’, and is ‘consistently up to date with current developments within the sector’, advising charities on all aspects of their operations including start-up, governance, employment and tax matters and commercial disputes.  Practice head Aaron Spencer ‘has great experience in the sector’ and is ‘backed up by an excellent team’, which also includes employment lawyer Amanda Okill, corporate practitioner Tony Chester and Nicholas Andrews, who specialises in almshouse charities. The Legal 500 2017 - Charities and not-for-profit

News Articles

How can we help you

Call us on

0333 331 9877

Email your enquiryEmail your enquiry
Legal 500 recommended lawyer