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Anthony qualified as a solicitor in 1987. He joined the firm’s Private Client department in 2011, having worked for a large, London-based firm for over 20 years. Anthony has a strong eye for detail and brings a wealth of technical knowledge to the team. He is experienced in administering and advising in respect of multi-jurisdictional estates, as well as UK-based estates of varying net worth.

Anthony assists his clients with compassion and integrity. He often goes over and above the expected in order to minimise any risk to his client and ensure the delivery of an exemplary service.

Anthony is a full member of STEP (The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners). A Trust and Estate Practitioner (TEP) is an internationally-recognised qualification that demonstrates an advanced understanding of the Trust and Estates field and indicates that the practitioner takes a proactive approach to being at the forefront of the latest developments in the industry.

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  • Administration of Estates/Probate
  • Wills (UK and non-UK testators)
  • Trusts

What clients say:

"Mr Kalp is highly knowledgeable and a pleasure to deal with. He provided outstanding service promptly and at reasonable cost."

“Thank you for taking the time to explain everything so fully when we met. It made our decisions easy to make.”

“Thank you for your patience and understanding with all of this! I appreciate all of your help with settling my grandmother’s affairs.”

“It is not often one can say that there is great pleasure paying bills but enclosing this cheque does give it to me. Thank you very much for obtaining such a great outcome.”

“I’m convinced I would never have got the tax back from HMRC without you.”

“You are worth every penny.”

"Mr. A. Kalp was a great help to us regarding our Wills & other legal matters. Extremely  grateful for his advice & expertise."

"Nice, friendly and helpful staff and atmosphere. Rates charged competitive too."

Additional Bio

Anthony enjoys reading, trying to tame his garden and learning (slowly) to cook.