Sameena is a solicitor in the Private Client Department and had been with the team since 2015. 

Sameena has a Court of Protection focus, supporting property and financial affairs deputies. She works closely with clients who lack capacity, with a particular specialism of cerebral palsy and severe brain injury cases. She prepares statutory will and gift applications to the Court, and creates personal injury trusts. She also advises on lasting powers of attorney and probate matters.

Sameena creates and registers charities in England and Wales for those who wish to achieve their philanthropic aims via their own charity. She talks clients through the registration process, identifies their principal aims, and works those objectives into a bespoke charitable trust deed. She attends to all aspects of the application to the Charity Commission for registration with specific supporting evidence.

Her clients include high net worth individuals, entrepreneurs and people who lack capacity. She often advises clients in difficult and emotional times and they value her professional and sensitive approach.

Sameena has been elected to the committee of the Court of Protection Practitioners Association (COPPA), London branch. Additionally, she is an active member of the firm’s Diversity and Inclusion and LGBT & Allies networks.

In 2016, Sameena was nominated as a finalist for the Black Solicitors' Network Rising Star award at the UK Legal Diversity Awards. This took into account her commitment to achieving sexual orientation and gender identity equality in legal services and her involvement in promoting pro bono work.

Professional societies and memberships

  • The Law Society
  • Society of Trusts and Estates Practitioners (STEP) student member
  • Court of Protection Practitioners Association (COPPA)

 

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LPAs – A Measure of Trust

Protecting a same-sex survivor’s right to pension funds

Common problems with wills and how to fix these

Robin Williams' brand protection – tax efficient way to protect publicity rights in the afterlife

Kingsley Napley is proud to be a Stonewall Diversity Champion

Constructive trusts and the potential interplay of foreign and religious laws

The Mental Capacity Act – reflections and recommendations 7 years on

E-Regulator: Heydon-Burke v Nursing and Midwifery Council [2012] EWHC 2435 (Admin)

Find out if someone has an attorney or deputy acting on their behalf – search the OPG register

English assets, overseas owner - resealing foreign grants of probate in England and Wales

I have just been appointed as an attorney under a Lasting Power of Attorney – what action should I take?

£6m gift for son of woman with dementia

#PrideMatters The importance of adding an X

Mysteries of Death – The Whereabouts of Wills and Assets

The post-death data mistake you don't want to make

As an attorney, do I have access to an incapacitated person’s Will?

Homemade wills and deathbed gifts – are they easier to challenge?

Posthumous marriages and the importance of making a will

Providing daily support to a deputy

Forming your own Charity – how to satisfy the Charity Commission

Legal update: boost for civil recovery abroad

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Contact Sameena

+44 (0)20 7369 3788

smunir@kingsleynapley.co.uk

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