Meg Wilton

Head of Department and Chartered Legal Executive
Private Client
Office: Amersham

probate solicitors

Areas of Expertise

  • Court of Protection Applications
  • Declarations of Trust
  • Estate Planning
  • Inheritance Tax Advice
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Probate
  • Trusts
  • Wills


Meg was admitted as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives in 2008 and has been working in private client practice in Buckinghamshire since 2001.

She has a wealth of experience in a wide range of matters including the administration of estates when someone has passed away, wills, lasting powers of attorney, dealing with Court of Protection applications for deputies, inheritance tax planning and trusts.

Meg has extensive experience of dealing with elderly clients and can deal with difficult and complex situations in an efficient and sensitive manner. Her understanding approach ensures that clients are put at ease, provided with the necessary support and guided through what can often be legally complex scenarios.


“Meg Wilton has guided us through the process of amending our wills, changing the way my wife and I own our home and setting up new powers of attorney in the most professional, helpful and friendly way. We are grateful to her and to Elite Law Solicitors. We shall recommend you to our friends.”

“Meg Wilton has been dealing with my late father’s estate and probate. I recommend her services whole heartedly. She has been sensitive, efficient and impossible to fault. Plus the costs were far far lower than some others quoted. I’m a busy GP and it has made life a lot easier. Highly recommended.”

“I used Elite Law (Meg Wilton), to draw up my will, which was done with no fuss or bother. Would recommend them.”

“They did a very small tax-related job for us. Perfectly happy with the service we received.”

“None of your snooty lawyer stuff, down to earth, approachable and reasonably priced legal advice.”

“Simply superb, professionally treated by Meg Wilton and at a reasonable costs.”

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