Daniel Williams Solicitor

Daniel Williams

Fact File

Specialist Areas Wills, Trusts, Probate and Elderly Client Issues
Place of Birth Dover
University Leeds - Economics Northumbria - CPE & LPC
Training Darlington
Qualified 2011
Joined Latimer Hinks  2009
Email [email protected]

Daniel qualified as a solicitor in 2011 having converted to Law following a career as a mortgage broker for one of London’s top independent brokerages.

Daniel has been keen to build upon a career of providing advice to individuals and developing continuing relationships with his Clients. His experience in London has brought him into contact with people from all backgrounds and given him an interest in finance.

Daniel is one of the team who can assist in relation to a broad range of issues affecting you and your family, providing you with advice on wills, trusts, inheritance tax planning, elderly client issues and Court of Protection matters. He can also help those who have suffered a bereavement and need sympathetic legal advice through a difficult time.

Whether you are single, a couple, a divorcee, a widow or widower (with or without children) it is essential that you plan to protect your and your family’s future.

People work extremely hard throughout their lives to provide for their families usually parents and grandparents want to ensure that the fruits of their labour pass on and are put to good use to help the younger generations.

On top of that, children and grandchildren usually want to make sure that parents and grandparents are taken care of and are comfortable in old age.

At Latimer Hinks we recognise these priorities and concerns and pride ourselves in building long lasting relationships with our clients and their families through offering an open and friendly approach providing tailored advice for the whole family


  • Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP)
  • Accredited Member of Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE)
  • Dementia Friend