Nadine Wealands

Nadine Wealands


Nadine joined our Private Client team in 2003 having spent 15 years living and working in South Africa. Since joining she has graduated from the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives Law School and achieved status as commissioner of oaths. 

Nadine advises on all aspects of private client work covering wills, Inheritance Tax advice and estate administration. She also advises and deals with Court of Protection work. This includes advising on the preparation, use and registration of Enduring Powers of Attorney, Lasting Powers of Attorney and making applications to the courts for Deputyship Orders. She is also a Court appointed deputy for a large number of her clients who are unable to look after themselves and entrusted to act as a professional attorney for her clients. Another area of expertise is advising on and the use of trusts, especially in protecting assets for vulnerable individuals.

Nadine has strong links with a number of charities, both local and national. She is a member of the Roythornes Charity Committee and during the year undertakes pro-bono work in order to raise funds and awareness for the charities.

Nadine has established strong working relationships with her legal peers, clients and the financial profession. She is well regarded by both colleagues and clients for her friendly and welcoming approach to her work.

Qualifications:  Fellow of Chartered Institute of Legal Executives   Memberships:  Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE)