Farida is a member of the wills and estate planning department in Preston. She advises her clients on the preparation of their wills, related inheritance tax issues, estate planning and trusts. She also provides advice on Lasting Powers of Attorney, Court of Protection applications and issues relating to mental capacity.
Farida specialises in estate planning and in particular is able to advise clients on their wills and in reducing their liability to inheritance tax. Farida also deals with a variety of elderly client matters and provides advice on planning for long term care.
Farida joined Napthens in 2018. Prior to working at Napthens, Farida obtained an Economics degree from the University of Leicester and thereafter completed her Law degree and the LPC at the University of Central Lancashire. Farida qualified as a solicitor in 2015 with a firm in Wigan and went on to work in Manchester where she gained a breadth of experience in dealing with wills, estate planning and the administration of estates. Farida is a full member of the highly regarded Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP).
Memberships and Awards
Farida is a TEP qualified practitioner.
Fluent in Gujrati
More about Farida Isaji
Describe yourself in 3 words:
Honest, witty (although, admittedly only I find myself so) and friendly
How do you like to relax out of work?
I love travelling and still have a few places to tick off my bucket list, so when I can, I try and book a get away. I also enjoy spending time with my family and trips to the theatre.
If you had an alternative career – what would be your fantasy job?
As bizarre as it may sound, following my safari trip to Masai Mare in Kenya, I would love to have a job in wildlife conservation!
And what would go in your Room 101?
Chocolate but not because I don’t like it – I just know it isn’t good for me.