What we do
As well as reviewing and updating legal documents, we give practical and friendly advice. For example, we can help with managing your finances including budgeting, completing your tax return, organising property repair, arranging a sale of property or a move into assisted living or into residential care.
We deal with all types of application to the Court of Protection, including preparation and registration of powers of attorney, applying to be appointed as deputy or asking the Court to make a Will for an incapacitated person. If you are a deputy or an attorney, we can advise you too.
Why Cripps Harries Hall?
You will have a team of people experienced in all aspects of helping the elderly and vulnerable, with a single person to co-ordinate your work and provide a friendly focus. Our team includes acknowledged experts, with Chartered Tax Advisers, members of the Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners, a court appointed deputy as well as solicitors and paralegals.
For further information please contact Anne Lewis or Chris Wilkinson.
Cripps' lawyers receive plaudits in leading high net worth publication
Cripps Harries Hall is proud to announce that eight of its Private Client partners have been recognised as Leading Lawyers in the Citywealth Leaders List 2013.
CrippsLife issue 16 - Spring 2012
News, reviews and legal issues of interest to private clients.
CrippsLife issue 15 - Summer 2011
Welcome to the latest issue of CrippsLife featuring news, reviews and legal issues.
CrippsLife issue 14 - Winter 2010
Welcome to CrippsLife and to a fresh look for our magazine previously called Private Lives. This reflects our new corporate identity and we hope you like it.
Private Lives issue 13 - Autumn/Winter 2009
The first hints of winter frosts are felt in Tunbridge Wells as this edition of Private Lives goes to print. Summer in Devon seems distant a memory now: at Paignton Zoo the keepers are busy with animals indoors and at Salcombe Dairy the ice cream delivery bicycle is garaged until the spring. Increasing unemployment affects clients at all levels and Roger Byard, back from his sabbatical, is giving strategic advice although there is a sense the worst may be behind us.
Private Lives issue 12 - Spring 2009
These are difficult times for everyone. The news is full of stories of redundancies, restructurings and businesses collapsing. But it doesn't all have to be negative; in every downturn there is an upside that can work to your advantage. In this issue, we take a look at some of the opportunities available. If you are a leaseholder, this is an excellent time to make an offer for the purchase of the freehold. Freehold values are calculated based on the value of the property;so if the property has dropped in value, so will the price of the freehold.
Private Lives issue 11 - Summer 2008
Summer has arrived with all its usual unpredictability; brilliant sunshine one day and monsoon rains the next. At Benington Lordship in Hertfordshire the Bott family plan their Chilli Festival with anticipation, hoping for good weather.
Finalists revealed for STEP Private Client Awards
Cripps Harries Hall are in the running for at least two accolades for the prestigious STEP Private Client Awards 2012/13.
Partner Anne Lewis discusses CrippsAssist our service for the vulnerable and the elderly
We must break the taboo and stop ignoring death
Death and taxes have always been a certainty. You can't do anything about the former, so it makes sense to minimise the latter.
What others say
Clients praise the "excellent service" at Cripps Harries Hall LLP, which delivers "clear, prompt and carefully thought-out advice".
"Effective, efficient and great listeners."
Anne Lewis counts business families, farmers and lawyers among her clients. She has a broad range of expertise, including court of protection issues.
The 'wise and knowledgeable' Anne Lewis has experience in tax planning