Fiona Hamer

Senior Associate Solicitor

Tel:01985 214661

Services for you

Wills and Probate
Estate Administration
Making a Will
Lasting Power of Attorney
Wills and Probate
Tax and Trusts
Lifetime Planning
Tax and Trusts
Inheritance and Tax Planning
Trust Administration
Lifetime Planning
Care Home Fees
Court of Protection/Deputyship Applications
Lasting Power of Attorney
Succession Planning

Business services

Fiona joined Farnfields in 2000 and then rejoined the firm in 2016 after a period abroad due to her husband’s job. Fiona has an English degree from the University of Southampton which she then converted to law.  Fiona passed her Law finals with distinction.

Fiona is a solicitor with over 19 years experience of Private Client work specialising in:

  • Wills – advising in relation to the best structure to suit a client’s particular circumstances
  • Tax planning – considering a client’s likely Inheritance tax (and other taxes) position and if any action can be taken to reduce their potential tax liability
  • Estate administration – dealing with all aspects of administering an estate after death
  • Trusts – advising in relation to the creation, maintenance and termination of Trusts
  • Powers of Attorney – advising in relation to the creation, registration and operation of different types of Power of Attorney

The Private Client department is headed up by Susan Lacey who has overall responsibility for the work of the department.  Please follow this link and search for Susan Lacey, Senior Partner for more information. 

Fiona’s interests include biking around the Wiltshire countryside, running through the forests and open water swimming.  Fiona aims to enter one Olympic distance triathlon once a year to keep her motivation going in the winter months.  Fiona recently came third in her age category at the London Triathlon and plans to train harder this year to see if she can move up a space on the podium!

More sedately, Fiona enjoys reading and weeding and spending time with her family.

Awards and accreditations

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