Francesca Tubb - Solicitor

Francesca deals with a broad range of private client work including wills, powers of attorney, probate (both taxable and non-taxable) and Court of Protection matters.

She specialises in advising and acting for vulnerable and elderly clients and aspects of mental capacity. Francesca prepares and advises on Deputyship and other Court of Protection applications (including Statutory Wills and Gift applications) and provides guidance for deputies and attorneys in carrying out their roles.

Around 40% of Francesca’s time is spent on probate matters.

Francesca qualified as a solicitor in March 2017. She attended the University of Leicester and completed the Legal Practice Course at Nottingham Law School. Prior to qualifying as a solicitor Francesca worked as a paralegal for several years at a national firm.

Francesca is an associate member of Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE) having completed both the SFE OCCP and OCLP award. She is a Dementia Friend and has also completed several professional development courses in probate and estate administration, mental capacity and wills. Francesca is a member of the STEP Special Interest Group for Mental Capacity and Cross-Border Estates.

Outside of the office Francesca is a keen baker, enjoys various creative endeavours (including an ongoing attempt to learn to knit) and has an interest in movie-themed lego.