Charlotte Simm

Charlotte Simm

Partner

Charlotte Simm

Partner

After gaining a degree in Law and History of Art at Cambridge University, Charlotte Simm qualified as a solicitor in 1993, having trained with Allen & Overy.

After working at Rooks Rider and becoming a partner in 2000, she joined May, May & Merrimans as a partner in 2009 before they joined forces with Hunters in 2015.

Charlotte has over 25 years post-qualification experience, specialising in the field of estate, tax and succession planning for individuals and families. She has substantial experience of advising in relation to wills, trusts, powers of attorney, probate and estate administration, including complex areas of expertise. Charlotte’s work also involves supervising other members of the Private Client team in relation to the full range of private client work, including probate.

Department

Awards

The Legal 500 UK 2020

Recommended in the ‘Personal tax, trusts and probate’ section

“Charlotte Simm is obviously very technically able, she is thoughtful and approachable and is very focused on detail.”
“Charlotte Simm is always meticulous, and wants to ensure that clients have a full understanding of what she will do for them.”

Citywealth Leaders List 2015

Lawyers Honours List

Citywealth Leaders List Winter 2017/18

Top 50 Powerwomen

MEMBERSHIPS

Charlotte is a member of The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and has contributed to Trusts and Estates Law and Tax Journal.

Department

Awards

The Legal 500 UK 2020

Recommended in the ‘Personal tax, trusts and probate’ section

“Charlotte Simm is obviously very technically able, she is thoughtful and approachable and is very focused on detail.”
“Charlotte Simm is always meticulous, and wants to ensure that clients have a full understanding of what she will do for them.”

Citywealth Leaders List 2015

Lawyers Honours List

Citywealth Leaders List Winter 2017/18

Top 50 Powerwomen

MEMBERSHIPS

Charlotte is a member of The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and has contributed to Trusts and Estates Law and Tax Journal.

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