Consultant Wills Solicitor
Originally from Anglesey, Gina is very proud of her Celtic heritage and fluent command of the Welsh language.
Gina studied law at Leicester University back in the late eighties. After gaining her degree, she went on to qualify as a solicitor in 1992 and has enjoyed a long career in the legal profession, including ten years as the principal and senior partner of a small Wirral-based law firm.
She brings her depth of knowledge and experience to WillWritten, making sure that we look at your circumstances from every angle and provide you with everything you need to build a secure future for yourself and the people you love.
As a former business owner, a loving member of a blended family and a proud mother and stepmother of three very fine young men, Gina instinctively understands what you want to achieve and the issues you worry about, because she has exactly the same wishes and concerns.
“For most of us, it boils down to taking good care of the people you love and banishing your fears” says Gina, “that’s what my work is all about. I’m at my happiest when I’m making it easy for people to achieve that”
She shares her thoughts and knowledge with you every week on our Legacy Advice & Information Blog. She is passionate about demystifying estate planning, cutting through the jargon to what really matters to you. To Gina, wills, trusts and powers of attorney are simply tools to be used for creating the future you want.
Her estate planning philosophy simple:
“It’s all about starting with the end in mind – what’s your perfect vision for the future? – and working back from there.”
Gina lives in an upside-down house on the side of a hill with her husband, Stuart (who also happens to be our MD!), their four morbidly obese cats and their blind Jack Russell, Tommy.
In her personal time, she meditates daily, reads avidly, knits bizarrely-shaped cuddly toys and hikes the Anglesey Coastal Path and the Sandstone Trail, often with a group of girls who’ve been her best friends since Brownies.
Painfully conscious of her eerily tidy empty nest now that her three beloved boys have grown up and gone, she draws comfort from the hope that she’ll be blessed with a grandchild or two sometime in the next twenty years!