Georgina is a member of our Kendal wills and estate planning team in Cumbria. She offers advice on all aspects of estate planning including the preparation of Wills, related inheritance tax Issues, lasting and enduring powers of attorney and matters involving trusts.
She also advises on issues surrounding the Court of Protection and the administration of estates.
Georgina has specialised in estate planning for a number of years including dealing with the administration of estates, guiding people through the process and offering support at a difficult time. She has particular expertise in advising farmers on succession planning matters as part of Napthens' fixed cost Farm Future service.
In 2016, Georgina became a dementia champion, encouraging others to make a positive difference to those living with dementia in the community.
Georgina joined Napthens in 2016 from Baines Bagguley Penhale with Marsh and Co Solicitors, based in Morecambe and Lancaster. She was previously with Cunningtons Solicitors in Essex where she completed her training, qualifying in 2010. Prior to that she was with Temple Heelis Solicitors in Kendal. Georgina is originally from Cartmel and now lives in Lancaster.
More about Georgina Smith
Describe yourself in 3 words:
Hardworking. Honest. Friendly.
How do you like to relax out of work?
I enjoy travelling, socialising with friends and spending time with my family
Who would be your ultimate 3 dinner guests?
Meat Loaf (as I have been brought up with his music) Helen Mirren and John Bishop
What aspect of your job do you find most rewarding?
My clients. There is nothing better then having a satisfied client especially when you have helped someone through a difficult time such as bereavement.
Insights from Georgina Smith
Has Covid changed your 'to-do' list?Georgina Smith - 04.11.20
Regular and careful planning are essential for your farm's futureGeorgina Smith - 25.02.19
How do Wills solicitors assist charities?Georgina Smith - 26.10.16
Getting a better understanding of Alzheimer’s and DementiaGeorgina Smith - 17.03.16