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A solicitor specialising in probate and estate administration has joined Setfords Solicitors as a consultant.

Dominic Gamble-Kempe, who is STEP-qualified  (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners), handles all manner of probate and estate work including those with a foreign element. He is also highly experienced in complex cases, particularly intestacies.

Prior to specialising Dominic spent 14 years as a general private client solicitor at West London firm Turbervilles, with his work including wills, trusts, equity release, powers of attorney and Court of Protection deputyships.

Dominic is a member of the Law Society Private Client Section and is a former trustee of Age Concern Harrow. 

Dominic said: “I am excited by the flexibility and support offered by the Setfords way of working. I am now able to focus solely on doing work that I enjoy and providing a sympathetic, practical and professional service to my clients whilst at the same time being able to achieve the work-life balance that I desire.” 

CEO Guy Setford said: “Dominic’s ability to handle complex cases in probate and administration makes him a strong addition to Setfords.”

CEO Chris Setford added: “Working in probate and estate administration requires both terrific legal knowledge and a sensitivity to the grief families are often dealing with – Dominic has both. We have no doubt he will thrive as a consultant and welcome him to Setfords.”