Hana Gwyn is an associate solicitor, based in our Bradford office.
Hana Gwyn, who qualified in 2015, has an excellent academic and professional record. Hana joined LCF Law from Manchester-based Kuits. With experience in all areas of private client work, with a particular focus on working with High Net Worth individuals, she provides Trust and Tax planning advice, Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorneys, Probate and Court of Protection services.
Hana Gwyn is a Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) accredited private client lawyer.
Recent matters with which Hana has been involved:
- Assisted many high-profile sport professionals (including Premier League footballers and Olympic Athletes) with their Estate Planning including bespoke Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney
- Assisted in the establishment and ongoing regulatory matters in relation to several registered charities (including charitable trusts, charitable companies etc) involving working with the Charity Commission, Companies House and HMRC.
- Specialises in dealing with complex estate planning and probate work (including those with business and agricultural property both in the UK and with an international element).
- e.g. dealing with a multi-million pound estate containing a business within the hospitality sector with assets owned both personally and within a corporate structure. It required a detailed analysis of IHT exemptions and planning for the surviving owner to minimise inheritance tax for the family as a whole and to ensure the continued success of the business going forward. Also working closely with the corporate team and property team in relation to the structure of the business going forward and business succession planning.
- Experience in setting up trusts and the administration of trusts, including those for
- asset protection purposes
- vulnerable beneficiaries
- care home fee planning
- Supporting and acting for vulnerable clients and their families involving Powers of Attorney, Deputyship Applications, Applications to the Court of Protection to remove an incapacitated trustee