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Sophie Ashford

Sophie Ashford

Senior Solicitor, Wills, Probate, Tax & Trusts

Location: Reading, Henley-on-Thames & Wokingham
Qualified as a solicitor:2018

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Sophie Ashford is a senior solicitor in our leading Wills, Probate, Tax & Trusts team and advises clients from our Reading and Wokingham offices, as well as our Henley-on-Thames office and remotely.

Sophie deals with the preparation of Wills, estate and inheritance tax planning, probate and estate administration and drafting lasting powers of attorney (LPAs). She is a trained Dementia Friend, an Alzheimer's Society initiative.

Sophie joined Blandy & Blandy in 2024, having previously worked at firms in Wales.

Professional Memberships:
Member, The Law Society

Education:
Cardiff University, LLB (Hons) and LPC

Accreditations & Awards:
Dementia Friend, Alzheimer's Society

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