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About Adam Kaye

Adam joined Hodge Jones & Allen in 2023 having previously been at City based firm New Quadrant Partners.

Adam acts for a wide range of individuals, with a corresponding wide range of needs including wills, lasting powers of attorney and probate matters. His approach to probate work and, more generally, the administration of estates reflects sensitivity and efficiency – an approach designed to support clients when they need it most.

Many of Adam’s clients choose to put in place lasting powers of attorney (LPAs) as an insurance policy for the future and Adam is highly experienced in preparing these and registering them with the Office of the Public Guardian.

Notable Cases

  • Successfully obtained a grant of probate ‘on credit’ regarding an estate that was valued in excess of £3m.
  • Obtained a grant of probate regarding an estate worth more than £10m that comprised mostly of shares and VCT’s and additionally facilitated a bridging loan for the inheritance tax liability.
  • Was successful in a grant of probate application in a matter where the deceased was domiciled in a foreign jurisdiction (Nigeria), who also died intestate.
  • Obtained and re-sealed grants of probate in various foreign jurisdictions.

Memberships & Articles


  • Society of Trusts and Estates Practitioners (Affiliate Member)


  • ‘Two Vital Documents’; an article on the importance of wills and lasting powers of attorney for the Jewish Chronicle (2022)

Career and Education


  • June 2023 – Present: Associate in the Private Client team, Hodge Jones & Allen
  • 2022 – 2023: Associate at New Quadrant Partners
  • 2020 – 2022: Solicitor at Solomon Taylor and Shaw LLP
  • 2017 – 2019: Trainee Solicitor at Thirsk Winton LLP
  • 2016 – 2017: Paralegal at the Home Office (the Undercover Policing Inquiry)
  • 2015 – 2016: Paralegal at the Competition and Markets Authority
  • 2014 – 2015: Paralegal at the Government Legal Department


  • Legal Practice Course (The College of Law)
  • LLB Bachelor of Law (University of Hertfordshire)
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