Corporate Partnership

If your organisation is interested in charity legacy administration, you could become a corporate partner

Our partners

Charity legacy administration is complex and its stakeholders extend beyond charities – legal professionals, wealth managers, auctioneers, genealogists, legacy giving analysts, fundraisers, surveyors and other property experts, to name a few, all have an interest in supporting effective charity legacy administration.

Recognising the vital need for a network of communication between these stakeholders and the 500+ legacy professionals that we represent, ILM provides the unique opportunity for organisations with an interest in charity legacy administration to join us as corporate partners.

ILM’s corporate partners are leaders in their respective fields. In joining the ILM network they gain an exceptional level of insight into how charities operate and an unparalleled opportunity to build working relationships with the charities responsible for the £2 billion per annum charity legacy market.

If yours is a dynamic organisation able to add value to our network while making use of the opportunities it provides, read our Corporate Partnerships Guide or get in touch at, or on 07983 177114.

Meet our partners

We have established links with companies of varying size, spanning all sectors, from solicitors to surveyors to auction houses. We actively seek opportunities with companies and organisations who understand the importance of what legacy professionals do.

Take some time and have a look at who our corporate partners are and what services they provide.

Solicitors England and Wales

Ashfords | Kerry Morgan-Gould, Partner

Bates Wells | Leticia Jennings, Partner

Bolt Burdon | Natasha McKeever, Partner

Charles Russell Speechlys | Duncan Elson, Partner

FBC Manby Bowdler | Kimberly Mears, Associate

Foot Anstey | Lucy Gill, Partner

Lester Aldridge | Victoria Jones – specialising in will, trust and probate disputes as well as cases involving vulnerable adults, the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and Court of Protection cases.

Michelmores | Tony Cockayne, Partner

Penningtons Manches | Henrietta Mason, Partner

Royds Withy King | Samantha O’Sullivan, Partner

Shoosmiths | Angela Bowman, Partner

Stone King | Jonathan Burchfield, Partner

Ward Hadaway | Gaynor Jackson, Consultant

Wilsons | Peter Jeffreys, Partner

Withers | Paul Hewitt, Partner

Solicitors Northern Ireland

Cleaver Fulton Rankin | Michael Graham, Director – experts in Wills, Trusts, Probate and Administration of Estates, Elder Law, Office of Care and Protection work, Tax Planning, Estate Planning, as well as contentious probate and trust litigation

Solicitors Scotland

Turcan Connell | Peter S Littlefield, Partner – specialising in contentious probate, succession planning, trust law, will drafting, tax planning, asset protection, executry administration and charity law, with clients based mainly in Scotland

Solicitors Spain

E&G Solicitors in Spain| Jonathan Eshkeri, Director

Research and Analysis

Legacy Foresight | Meg Abdy, Director – specialising in benchmarking, forecasting and researching the legacy and in-memory sectors in the UK, the Netherlands and Australia. Their flagship programme Legacy Monitor benchmarks the performance of over 80 legacy charities in the UK.


Legacy Link | Ashley Rowthorn

Software Developers

Clear (FirstClass) | Gordon Cooke, Development Manager

Valuers / Surveyors

Berrys | Andrew Tompson, Head of Valuation and Chartered Surveyor – specialising in property valuation, development land consultancy and disposal, planning, property sales management, building condition surveys

Cluttons | Einar Roberts, Partner and Chartered Surveyor – property consultants specialising in strategic consultancy, valuation including Charity Act 2011 reports, management, land and development consultancy, building consultancy and project management