Mohammed Ahmed


Private Client

Mohammed advises clients on a wide range of matters including the administration of trusts and estates, drafting wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney, and lodging applications at the Court of Protection.

He has a particular interest in acting for Trustees, including where our Trust Corporation and Partners are appointed, on the day to day running of Trusts. He has a highly personable approach and can aptly assist Trustees to balance the competing needs of beneficiaries with their own obligations.

Mohammed joined the firm in 2016 and qualified as a Solicitor in 2019.  Prior to this, he completed a Bachelors and Masters degree in Law before undertaking his Post-Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice.

Work highlights


Acted for the Executors in the estate of a notable former local businessman which transitioned into an on-going complex Trust.


Advised our Trust Corporation in its capacity as Trustee of a Life Interest Trust in how to effectively balance the needs of the Life Tenant with the Beneficiaries in Remainder where relations between the various family members were extremely fraught.

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