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Zoe Calway

Position: Director
Offices: Penrith
Areas: Personal Law, Wills, Probate and Inheritance

Zoe is a Director in our Wills, Probate and Inheritance team and deals with general private client law and is experienced in dealing with a wide range of clients, including the elderly.

Having qualified as a solicitor in 2006, she has a great deal of experience in Will drafting, powers of attorney, estate administration and trust administration as well as inheritance tax and succession planning with a particular interest in elderly client law.

Zoe is Vice Chair of Governors at Lowther Endowed School and Treasurer of the Lowther Children’s Fund. Zoe is also a student member of Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP).

Zoe is Dementia Friends trained.

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"Very professional and caring.  Listened carefully to concerns and answered them sympathetically.  Made this matter, which was difficult, much easier."

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Clocking the miles to raise awareness for Dementia ... this week's team update!

July 28th 2020

Team Cartmells have been busy running and walking for Dementia again this week with the miles on the clock increasing! The updates from the team are below: Zoe Calway Director has added an impressive 25.5 miles on the clock this week bringing the total miles ran by Zoe to 81…

Law firm colleagues donate charity fitness challenge cash to mark World Alzheimer’s Month

September 22nd 2020

COLLEAGUES from Cartmell Shepherd Solicitors have marked World Alzheimer’s Month by donating almost £900 to support people living with dementia. Colleagues from across the law firm’s Cumbria and Northumberland offices clocked up a total of 420 miles to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Society. The five-strong team took part in…

If COVID19 is prompting you to make your will, expert solicitors are adapting the way they work to give you peace of mind

April 20th 2020

COVID19 has seen an upsurge in people making wills, wanting to make sure their wishes are down on paper for their family and friends. With people wanting to put their affairs in order quickly, expert solicitors have adapted the way they work, so they can comply with COVID-19 social distancing…

Court corrects ‘unintended windfall’ error in man’s will

June 9th 2020

By Zoe Calway Director The High Court has corrected a clerical error in a man’s will that would have given his nephews and nieces an unintended windfall. Patrick Joseph Kelly was born in Ireland but moved to England, where he remained until his death apart from visits to his family.  He…