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Liam Gough

Solicitor Wills & Probate

Liam Gough – Wills and Probate Solicitor

Liam qualified as a solicitor in 1992 and joined F Barnes in 2020 after spending many years working for different firms in the Greater London area. He has over 20 years experience as a Private Client lawyer as Head of Department.

Liam studied law at Liverpool John Moores University graduating in 1987. He is a member of Solicitors for the Elderly and the Probate Section (STEP affiliated).

Liam acts for a wide range of clients and prides himself on the friendly compassionate service he provides.

In addition to working as a solicitor, Liam also sits as a judge on the Social Security Appeals Tribunal.

Liam specialises in advising clients on wills, estate and tax planning, probate and estate administration, including advice on Inheritance Tax, Capital Gains Tax, Deeds of Variation, Court of Protection work, Trust formation and administration and Lasting Powers of Attorney.

When out of work Liam enjoys eating out, especially Japanese food, travel and walking with his dog.

Specialist in :

  • Wills
  • Probate
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Estate Planning & Administration
  • Elderly Client Care
  • Incapacity Law & Deputyship

Liam Gough is a member of the Solicitors for the Elderly.

What the clients say:

Efficient informative Liam Gough is extremely efficient in helping and informing us in the writing of our will. Enabled us to to write the correct will for our circumstances and to also to think of scenarios we had not considered. Would definitely recommend. J Augustine-Bayley

Liam came highly recommended by a friend of the family. My family and I were impressed immediately by how professional he was and how clearly he explained the particular issues we faced. Both Liam and his assistant Jade, were always available to explain and clarify things that my family and I found difficult to understand. I would not hesitate to recommended Liam, to any of my family or friends. R King

Liam was very knowledgeable and make everything clear to us. In his absence whilst on leave Jade picked up my case and was very helpful. Mr Lewis

I received very good advice, Liam understood my needs for clarity in my will. I think I received good value for what I needed. The service was always professional and he responded in a timely manner. F. Khan.

As well as Liam Gough and Secretary Jade King, I would like to extend my sincere thanks to Tina Marwa and Michelle Lilley, plus Joanne Druce for all treating my family with compassion, which was very much appreciated. I shall miss all our chats and will always remember you all for the excellent way you handled our recent affairs. I wish you good health and best wishes for the future. J Freestone