Blandy & Blandy LLP Solicitors
Rachel Nott

Rachel Nott

Senior Solicitor, Wills, Probate, Tax & Trusts

Location: Reading 
Qualified as a solicitor: 1995

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Rachel Nott is a senior solicitor in our leading Probate, Tax & Trusts team.

Rachel specialises in the preparation of wills, the drafting of Lasting Powers of Attorney, dealing with probate and estate administration for taxable and non-taxable estates, and dealing with the administration of trusts.

Rachel trained with Blandy & Blandy LLP, qualifying as a solicitor in 1995, and worked at the firm for a number of years. Following a career break to have her two daughters, Rachel worked as a private client solicitor in Guildford before re-joining Blandy & Blandy LLP in April 2015.

Areas of Expertise

  • Wills
  • Probate and estate administration
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Trusts and estate planning

Professional Memberships:
Member, The Law Society

Education:
College of Law (Guildford), Law
University of Cambridge, MA Law

Accreditations & Awards:
Winner - 'Best Probate Law Firm - London/South East', UK Probate Research Awards 2019

What our clients say...

“Rachel is excellent in every way and has made a difficult time easier.”

Client

“Rachel was kind, patient & understanding, a lovely person.”

Client

“Thank you so much for the kind and efficient way in which you administered the will. You have been the most supportive throughout for which I sincerely thank you.”

Client

“Rachel was superb in every way, particularly talking through the will situation with my husband who did not see the point of drawing up a new will!”

“An excellent service. I will be back to sort out my LPA in due course.”

Client

“We could not have found any other solicitors more helpful and kind. Would certainly recommend them to my friends.”

Client

“Extremely pleased with the advice given in relation to our wills. The wills are very clearly written without unnecessary legal jargon.”

Client

“I am very pleased with the way Rachel dealt with my requirements.”

Client

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