• Axminster: 01297 630700
  • Seaton: 01297 626950
  • Chard: 01460 269700
  • Honiton: 01404 548050

Penny Jenner

Solicitor

Penny is a solicitor in the Chard office where she is a member of the Private Client Department. She qualified as a solicitor in 1998 and worked at two large law firms based in the South West before joining Beviss & Beckingsale in 2017.

Penny has over 20 years’ experience of dealing with private client matters. She specialises in the administration of estates, from simple to more complex estates, including where there are agricultural property or business property relief claims.

Penny’s expertise also includes the preparation of Wills, creation of lifetime trusts, lasting powers of attorney, general powers of attorney and Inheritance Tax planning (including deeds of variation and disclaim).

Penny is a full member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP). Full STEP members, known as TEPs, are internationally recognised as experts in their field, with proven qualifications and experience.

Penny has four children to keep her busy, but when she gets the chance she enjoys a good gallop on a horse!

21 Holyrood Street
Chard TA20 2AJ
TA20 2AJ
DX 43701 Chard
Fax: 01460 269701
Phone: 01460 269700


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