Nina Gurra

Nina Gurra

Senior Associate - Private Client

Career History

I was admitted as a Solicitor on the 15th of May 2007 and since I have been working mainly in Private Client Department in practises based in St Albans and London, gaining so a great deal of experience in Private Client Matters including Business and Trust Wills, Inheritance Tax Planning, Power of Attorney, Court of Protection Applications, Probate Applications and Estate Administration, including negotiations with HMRC. I joined Neves in July 2018.

I am an Affiliate member of The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and an Accredited Member of the Solicitor for the Elderly.

Recent Cases

My area of expertise is Probate Applications and Estate Administration, but I do very much enjoy working with the Elderly and local charities and hospices. I whole heartily support National Charities, Marie Curie being my favourite one.

I have experience in private client matters, including:

  • Probate and Estate Administration Services of taxable and non-taxable Estates
  • Applications for Grant of Probate/ Grant of Letters of Administration
  • Court of Protection Applications
  • Deputyship applications
  • Powers of Attorney and Capacity Issues
  • Registration and advice on Enduring Powers of Attorney
  • Elderly Client Matters
  • Preparation of Wills for individuals, married couples and unmarried couples
  • Inheritance Tax Planning

My aim is provide advice to clients at the highest standards possible and to assist them in making learned decisions. I take a compassionate, yet professional approach to my work which has given me the ability to communicate effectively with my clients and to be empathetic whilst being able to forge and sustain professional relationship with them.

What makes me human

I love spending time with my girls and friends, attending my local church where I assist in the junior church, going for long walks, attending my local gym, listening to Latin music and watching crime thrillers especially Columbo.

Latest posts

I remember the first week after Government Guidelines were issued advising that people should work from home. Our offices closed and staff began working remotely. But, as a Wills and Probate Solicitor, I am classified as a Key Worker and therefore I …

Thank you so much for all your efforts on behalf of my father over the last five months. Despite delays beyond your control you have done all you could to expedite the matter, and now it is complete. We both appreciate your professionalism and your caring approach.