Gerald Kidd


Gerald is head of the Charities and Private Client Teams. He specialises in advising charities, religious communities and other not-for-profit organisations on governance, commercial and general financial matters and private clients on Wills, administration of estates (particularly those with a foreign element), tax and Trusts.

Gerald also has experience of advising on elderly client issues and Court of Protection matters and acts as attorney and Court appointed deputy for a number of individuals.


Having obtained a Law Degree from the University of Birmingham Gerald trained at Witham Weld, qualifying in 1991. On qualification he joined the firm's Private Client Department, although initially focusing on commercial and business law matters. He then moved on to advising charities and private clients. He became a partner in 1994.


Gerald is a member of the Charity Law Association, Solicitors for the Elderly and the Law Society’s Private Client Section.

On a personal note

Gerald has direct experience of many of the issues on which he advises through being a trustee of a range of charities and private Trusts.

Email Gerald mailimageor call 020 7821 8211

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