Julie Ann joined CMG Cunningham Dickey in March 2018 as a Partner having worked in two respected rural practices for the previous 15 years. She specialises in all property matters including residential and commercial conveyancing, farms and land transfers, development land purchase and site sales and acts for a number of residential developers.
Julie Ann is also an experienced Trust and Estate Practitioner having completed her STEP Diploma and gained Excellence Awards and the highest marks in her year group. She regularly deals with Wills, Enduring Powers of Attorneys and Controllership Orders.
As a Trust and Estate Practitioner, Julie Ann can provide specialist advice in relation to Inheritance Tax Planning, care home fee planning and also deals with formation of Trusts and acts as Trustee for a number of clients. Julie Ann can also provide advice in relation to the operation of Trusts.
Julie Ann has experience in dealing with Partnership Disputes, especially farming partnerships, and as a farmer’s daughter has an understanding of life on the farm. She is also a member of the Agricultural Law Association and took part in a series of talks in conjunction with Rural Support, providing information to farming families on succession planning.
Julie Ann currently sits on the STEP NI committee, is a member of the Elder Law Group and has recently been appointed to sit on a committee of the Law Society of Northern Ireland. Julie Ann also sits as a Governor on the Board of Governors for Dundonald Primary School.
Julie Ann is recognised as one of Three Best Rated Solicitors in Northern Ireland for Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning