About Krupa

  • Wills, tax and trusts
  • Lasting powers of attorney
  • Administration of estates
  • Court of Protection

As a solicitor specialising in private client law, I advise on a broad range of matters ranging from future planning to estate administration.

Acting for a wide range of clients, I specialise in advising on wills, lasting powers of attorney, the registration of enduring powers of attorney, estate administration, tax planning and applications to the Court of Protection.

Adopting an empathetic approach, I provide my clients with practical advice, tailored to their personal needs. This includes advising them on planning for the future – for example will drafting, setting up lasting powers of attorney and tax planning – as well as providing advice on estate administration and how to manage the affairs of individuals who no longer have mental capacity to make decisions themselves.

I qualified as a solicitor in 2016 and have always specialised in private client law. I joined the Private client department at Moore Blatch in July 2018 (now Moore Barlow, May 2020) having previously worked at a niche Westminster firm.

In my spare time I enjoy boxing, keeping fit, socialising and travelling. I also enjoy cooking and exploring new cuisines.