Matthew qualified as a solicitor in April 2010 and joined the firm in January 2012.
Matthew advises in relation to all aspects of Private Client law including:
- Tax Planning
- Estate Administration
- Lasting Powers of Attorney
- Registration of Enduring Powers of Attorney
- Applications to the Court of Protection
- Assisting and advising Attorneys and Court of Protection appointed Deputies
- Creation and Administration of Trusts
Matthew has been working in this area since he qualified and has helped thousands of families and individuals. Matthew has completed several professional development courses in Wills and estate administration.
Matthew’s calm, caring and professional nature lends itself to the work he undertakes.
A very well thought of member of the team at MKB, Matthew is highly regarded by clients and colleagues alike.
Client Comments: –
“Matthew has done an outstanding job dealing with my late father’s estate which had its challenges! He dealt with everything in a timely and professional manner and I was never in any doubt of his abilities. I had every confidence in him throughout the whole process and he made my life so much easier at what is an emotional and difficult time. Thank you so much.”
“I am completely satisfied with the service I received and would have no hesitation about recommending Matthew Gibson to anyone else. He worked over and above his duties and exceeded all expectations”.
“Matthew Gibson explained everything clearly to me and gave me advice. I would not have been able to do it without him. He was so pleasant. I would use him again”.
“Mr Gibson was respectful, helpful and approachable. He was a good listener and eased me through the procedures requested – Will making and LPA arrangements”.
“Very positive. From the start, being able to park on the premises through to the friendly reception staff and to the efficiency shown by Mr Gibson in dealing with my affairs”.
“Matthew Gibson, reception staff and indeed everyone at MKB were friendly, efficient and very professional. They made what could have been, especially to my two granddaughters, a rather daunting experience, a very relaxed one”.