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Clare Colacicchi

Clare Colacicchi - Partner


Clare Colacicchi is a Partner in the Private Wealth team and is based in the Northampton office.


Clare has many years’ experience of advising clients on all aspects of succession planning, in particular on their Wills and Inheritance Tax position and the use of Trusts with a view to preserving assets for the benefit of future generations and alleviating the impact of capital taxation.
She advises Trustees on a range of matters, including their powers and duties and the variation of Family Settlements.


Clare read Modern History at Somerville College, Oxford and subsequently qualified as a Solicitor. She worked at Macfarlanes in London before joining Hewitsons.

Additional information

Clare is a former Chairman, and an Emeritus Member, of STEP (the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners). 
She is named as a Leading Individual in the Legal 500, a member of the Legal 500 Hall of Fame and a 'Notable Practitioner' within the Chambers & Partners High Net Worth Guide.

The Inheritance and Succession team has been commended by The Times Best Law Firms 2020.

Recognised in the 9th edition of The Best Lawyers in the United Kingdom 2021.

Number of Years Experience

36 years

Date of Qualification


Service Areas

Latest testimonials

"Thank you for all your help on my and my family's affairs. I greatly appreciate the interest you take and the time and trouble you put into looking after us. This is invaluable."
Mrs L

"We were delighted to learn you had been inducted into the Legal 500 Hall of Fame and send you our warmest congratulations on the recognition which you so well deserve."
Mr F

"It's clear when you deal with Clare that you're benefiting from a huge breadth and depth of experience. When you couple that with a pretty impressive eye for detail, it's very reassuring. She's very straightforward to work with, partly because she knows exactly what she's talking about, so one's not needing to examine what she's saying because one's confident that it's right."
Chambers & Partners 2018


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