Elizabeth Rees

Elizabeth Rees, solicitor from Tallents Solicitors in Mansfield explains how a Statement of Explanation can help ensure your Will will not be challenged after your death

About Elizabeth

Upon qualification as a solicitor in 2005, Elizabeth Rees spent a number of years practising as a criminal advocate in Magistrates’ Courts and police stations around the county.

Outside of work, Elizabeth has two young children that keep her on her toes and in rare spare moments enjoys watching a good game of rugby, having played herself in her younger days at University.

Licensing law

She also has extensive experience in Licensing Law and deals with licence transfers as well as personal and premises applications for businesses conducting regulated activities such as the provision of alcohol and late night refreshments. Elizabeth can also help in all areas of liquor licensing, dealing with simple transfers of existing licenses, obtaining licenses for currently unlicensed premises, restaurants, nightclubs and public entertainment licenses.

Private client work

More recently Elizabeth Rees has joined our expanding Private Client department at our Newark office and is now involved in trust and probate work as well as the administration of estates. She also is regularly instructed by clients to advise on and prepare Wills and Powers of Attorney.

Appointments and memberships

Elizabeth is an accredited member of Solicitors for the Elderly, a national association of lawyers who specialise in older client law. She is able to offer independent and confidential advice which is in the best interests of older or vulnerable clients.

  • Just to say that Elizabeth Rees has always shown such compassion and support through difficult times and is a credit to Tallents.

    Anonymous

    Newark, May 2020

  • Thank you for your help – very satisfied with your service.

    Anonymous

    Mansfield, May 2017

  • Due to my circumstances, I felt very nervous but was put at ease with Liz; she was a great help.

    Anonymous

    Mansfield, May 2017

  • A huge thank you for all your help.

    Anonymous

    Mansfield, May 2017