Ruth Nolan LLB (Hons)
- Powers of attorney
- Administration of estates after death
or call 01564 779393
Ruth Nolan qualified as a solicitor in 1992 and first joined Wallace Robinson & Morgan in 2005. She took a career break while her children were very young and re-joined the firm in January 2013.
Ruth is an associate solicitor in the Wills, Probate & Trusts team. She is based at the Dorridge office but is able to see clients at the Solihull office if this is more convenient for them.
Ruth is willing to give seminars (free of charge) to afternoon or evening groups on any or all of the following topics:-
a) Wills and Tax Planning Today
b) The Practical side of Bereavement and Administration of Estates
c) Lasting Powers of Attorney and Understanding Care Home Fees.
If you think your group would find this useful, please contact Ruth.
Ruth is an accredited member of the Law Society’s Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme (WIQS). This shows that she follows best practice procedures to meet the highest standards of technical expertise and client service in providing tailored Wills and Probate advice to her clients.
Ruth is also an accredited member of the SFE (Solicitors for the Elderly). The SFE (Solicitors for the Elderly) is an independent, national organisation of over 1,500 lawyers, such as solicitors, barristers, and chartered legal executives, who provide specialist legal advice for older and vulnerable people, their families and carers. In order to be a fully accredited member, lawyers must have a minimum of three years’ experience advising in areas of older client law and have completed the Older Client Care in Practice Award – a qualification which demonstrates the specialist client care skills that enable lawyers to advise and support older and vulnerable clients. SFE members like Ruth are also required to continuously update their knowledge with training and produce an annual statement of competence, which ensures they maintain their expertise.
A little more about Ruth
In her free time Ruth enjoys playing tennis, reaping the rewards of the family’s allotment and playing with her boys. She is also a keen on baking and decorating cakes.
Samantha Glynn (née Smith)