James completed a business degree at Birmingham University including the European Master of Business Science programme before deciding to pursue a career in the legal profession. He completed the post graduate diploma in law and legal practice course at the College of Law before qualifying into private practice.
James is the newest member of the private client team at Hibberts but brings over 10 years of experience to the role.
James is able to deal with a wide range of private client matters from advising on the preparation of wills and powers of attorney through to the administration of complex trusts and estates. James also has a special interest in Court of Protection work having previously worked with a professional deputy.
Outside of work James enjoys spending time with family and friends and walking his dog. When the opportunity arises James also enjoys surfing both in the UK and abroad.
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