• Wills & Trusts

Remi is an international Private Wealth lawyer with over 15 years’ experience. She is used to working with both domestic and international clients with assets in single and multiple jurisdictions, cross border estates, international trusts and tax advice on succession planning.

Her expertise covers all areas of private wealth advice including wills, probate and estate administrations, cross border estates, tax and trusts including domestic and offshore trusts, trust drafting and administration, tax planning for UK and other jurisdictions, lasting powers of attorney, mental capacity, deputyship applications and other Court of Protection applications.

Remi completed her LLB (Hons) from the University of London and then her LLM at University College London. She then completed post-Graduate research at London School of Economics.

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