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About Jonathan

After completing his training contract in a Hertfordshire firm, Jonathan specialised in private client work. He subsequently worked in a Milton Keynes-based firm where he became a partner, before joining the private client team at Machins.

Jonathan has developed strong experience in all aspects of non-contentious private client work. He endeavours to ease clients through complex issues and enjoys helping individuals, their families, trustees and business owners to manage and protect their financial assets.

Jonathan has a wealth of experience and training that helps put people at ease when dealing with complex, life-changing issues. He is particularly committed to protecting the interests of elderly and vulnerable clients and is a Fully Accredited Member of Solicitors For the Elderly (SFE), a specialist group of lawyers who support and make a difference to older and vulnerable people. Jonathan is also a Dementia Friend, recognising the need to raise awareness and support those affected by dementia.

Specialist practice areas

  • Wills
  • Probate
  • Trusts
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Elderly client work

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