Department: Elderly And Vulnerable Clients
Areas of Specialism: Elderly and Vulnerable Client law
Kiren graduated from The Open University with an LLB (Honours) degree in 2017, before completing the Legal Practice Course at Nottingham Trent University in 2019, where he also obtained a Masters degree in Law.
He joined Tollers in 2019, initially as a paralegal within the Elderly and Vulnerable Client Unit and trained with the firm, completing seats in the Elderly and Vulnerable Client Unit, Commercial Property and Employment departments. He qualified into the Elderly and Vulnerable Client Unit in 2021.
Due to the time Kiren spent in the Elderly and Vulnerable Client Unit prior to qualification, he has built up a wide range of experience in dealing with applications to the Court of Protection, as well as experience in dealing with Lasting Powers of Attorney applications.
Kiren has a thorough understanding of the care system and issues that arise in relation to care funding, having previous worked in a local social services department,
- Areas of Expertise:
- Lasting Powers of Attorney
- Deputyship Applications – Financial and Welfare
- Court of Protection Applications – Statutory Wills / Gifting Applications / Appointment of a Trustee
- Management and administration of professional Deputyship and Attorney files.
- Types of Clients:
- Private individuals
- People with Brain Injuries
- People with Mental Health issues
- People with Learning Difficulties
- People with Dementia.
- Professional Memberships and Accreditations:
- Dementia Friend.
Outside of the office, Kiren enjoys keeping fit, spending time with family and friends, cooking and going to the cinema.