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Home | Team Members | Megan Wilkinson

Megan Wilkinson

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

Based in our Penrith office Megan is part of the firm’s Private Client department specialising in providing advice in relation to Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney and Administration of Estates.

ABOUT MEGAN

Megan graduated with a 2:1 LLB Law Degree from Lancaster University. She joined Cartmell Shepherd from Butterworths Solicitors in October 2016.  Megan is from Kirkby Stephen and lived in Lancaster before returning to the Eden Valley again.

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Wills witnessed over video links to be deemed legal during Covid-19

July 30th 2020

The Government says that wills witnessed over video links during the Covid-19 pandemic will be considered legal and valid. The move is designed to make it easier for people to record their final wishes while keeping safe and practising social distancing. Currently, the law states that a will must be…

People making a will urged to include a Lasting Power of Attorney

March 1st 2021

People making or renewing their will are being urged to consider arranging a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) at the same time to protect their interests into the future. Megan Wilkinson Solicitor in our Wills, Probate & Inheritance team provides an update. It follows research carried out by the Law…