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Mandy Casavant

Mandy Casavant

Senior Associate

T: 01793 847 754 (DDI)
T: 01793 847 777
M: 07879 456 965 E: mandy.casavant@roydswithyking.com

If you are having difficulty getting in touch with your contact then you can email enquiries@roydswithyking.com or call 0800 923 2073

Mandy is a Senior Associate and Head of the Wiltshire Private Client Team.



Both Mandy Casavant and her assistant Julie have been highly efficient, professional and friendly.
Mary Walker

About Mandy

Mandy puts great effort into providing clear, practical legal advice, without the usual legal jargon. She handles private wealth and succession planning matters and has extensive experience of dealing with probate and estate administration. She specialises in inheritance tax planning, trusts, Lasting Powers of Attorney, capital tax planning and Wills.

Mandy has a particular interest in the developing area of digital assets and the way with which these should be dealt both as part of clients’ succession planning and post-death.

Mandy works closely with various local communities, often working outside of the formal office setting.

Mandy’s private client expertise includes;

Mandy trained at Royds Withy King and qualified in 2003 where she has built her experience and reputation as an estate and probate specialist, including advising same-sex couples on estate planning.

Memberships

Full member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP), member of Digital Assets SIG of STEP, and Chair of the local STEP committee for Gloucestershire and Wiltshire.

Outside of work

Mandy is a keen gardener and spends her time with her therapy dog Pebbles, a Manchester Terrier.

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It’s natural that people want to protect what they’ve worked hard for all their lives. They want to make sure that it will be passed on to the people they care about and each person’s requirements are different. It’s a constantly evolving area of law and it means there are far more options for people to consider than there used to be. Personal wishes are unique to the individual and I always try to help them achieve that so that they have total peace of mind for the future.

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