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Alice Whittome

Position: Solicitor
Offices: Haltwhistle
Areas: Personal Law, Wills, Probate and Inheritance

Alice is a Solicitor in our Wills, Probate and Inheritance team and is based in Haltwhistle.

Alice provides advice in relation to Wills, the administration of estates (probate) and Lasting Powers of Attorney. Alice also deals with lifetime gifts and Court of Protection applications.

Alice completed the Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course at Northumbria University.

Outside of work Alice enjoys spending time with and walking her two miniature dachshunds, she also enjoys going to the gym and spending her weekends watching Newcastle United.

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"Alice Whittome explained the process of carrying out the wishes expressed in the Will very clearly. She updated us regularly and responded to queries very promptly."

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New legal recruit loving life in the north-east

January 3rd 2020

LIFE in the north-east is proving just the ticket for solicitor Alice Whittome who has just landed her dream job. Alice, a Newcastle United season ticket holder, has joined leading legal firm Cartmell Shepherd Solicitors as a private client solicitor in Haltwhistle. Alice is now preparing for her first Christmas…

Where would your Estate go without having a Will?

January 29th 2020

The UK Government are changing the rules which govern where your estate goes if you die without having a Will (i.e. die intestate) leaving a spouse or civil partner and children. Currently, under the intestacy rules, if you die without having a Will and have no children, your spouse or…

Haltwhistle solicitors working from home to help give people peace of mind during pandemic

May 11th 2020

WITH people wanting to ensure their legal affairs are in order during the Covid-19 pandemic a team of solicitors from Haltwhistle are working from home to help. While many businesses have closed temporarily, or scaled back, Cartmell Shepherd Solicitors at Haltwhistle are working as hard as ever for their clients…

How have you adapted to working from home during lockdown?

May 21st 2020

Alice Whittome Solicitor in our Wills, Probate and Inheritance team talks about how she has been coping during lockdown. Where are you working from now? I am working at home. I have an office upstairs which looks out onto our garden.  My fiancé, Robbie, and I have been slowly working…