PARTNER

Services

  • Inheritance Disputes & Challenging a Will
  • Legal Disputes
  • Probate
  • Wills, Estate Planning & Tax

T: 01626 202336
F: 01626 202420
E: amyread@wbw.co.uk

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About

Memberships
  • Member of Probate Section of the Law Society
  • Member of Solicitors for the Elderly
  • Member of Devon & Somerset Law Society
  • Member of ACTAPS (The Association of Contentious Trust & Probate Specialists)
Profile

Amy is a Partner specialising in inheritance disputes, otherwise known as Contentious Probate, but also with extensive experience in all elements of private client matters.

Amy qualified as Solicitor in February 2008 after studying LLB in Law at the University of Plymouth, attending the Legal Practice Course at Oxford Institute of Legal Practice and undertaking her training contract with a Plymouth Law firm where she continued to work as a Solicitor in the Private Client Department until joining WBW in February 2013.

Amy enjoys spending much of her free time with her young daughter, as well as walking, reading, and playing & watching netball.

Testimonials

“May I take this opportunity to say how much I appreciated your efforts in this regard. I feel that I was fully justified, once more, in calling on WBW Solicitors to handle this work, safe in the knowledge that they would have an expert to hand.”

“After a meeting with Amy Read, and further dealings with Deborah Ogle, they came up with an imaginative answer to my problem. All at WBW could not have been more helpful and I am very pleased with the outcome.”

“It was clearly evident that the care you took at the outset of my case to protect my own situation put me in a much stronger and safer position to fight my case.”

“Nothing has been too much trouble, phone calls returned promptly and I felt that my well being has always been at the forefront of your mind at all times.”

“You managed to explain a complex matter in a very straightforward way which I found easy to understand.”

“We wish to thank you for your diligence, thoughtfulness and professionalism.”