Bik-ki is a member of the Society of Trusts and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and is also a full member of the organisation Solicitors For the Elderly (SFE).
Bik-ki has years of experience dealing with high net worth individuals as well as those whose have more complicated circumstances or those with mental capacity issues and is known for her friendly and professional manner as well as her ability to communicate complex issues simply.
Bik-ki is also a member of the Private Client Section with the Law Society.
Examples of work include:
Preparing Wills for a farming family partitioning the family business and advising on agricultural property relief and succession planning.
Preparing lasting powers of attorney for a young client with fluctuating mental capacity and liaising with the medical profession to ensure that the individual had capacity at the time of signing. The matter was more complicated as they had been flagged by the court as a vulnerable person.
Advising a client on their duties as an executor on a self-administered estate in which the beneficiaries were making a claim for unaccounted missing funds and negotiating a settlement figure with the beneficiaries.
Advising clients on gifting options, mitigation of inheritance tax and the impact if they should enter long term care.
Advising clients on the administration of a family trust which consisted of an estate being partitioned into shares and sold off and the taxation position.
Bik-ki studied law at the University of Liverpool and completed her training contract at Stephensons Solicitors. Before joining Myerson in February 2016, she was a Partner and Head of Wills and Wealth Planning at SAS Daniels and had been with the firm for over 10 years.
Bik-ki completed her STEP qualification in 2007 and became the Staffordshire and Cheshire Regional Co-ordinator for Solicitors For the Elderly in 2012.
Our legal services are underpinned by our knowledge and expertise in the following areas.