The Lincolnshire Probate Law Society was formed in 1879 and is now a Company Limited by guarantee and not having a share capital.

The Society was formed by a small group of solicitors practicing in the city and county of Lincoln, meeting in various public rooms, and then extended and expanded over the past 130 years or so to its present form.

The core purposes of the Society are:

-To support and protect the character, status, and interests of its members.
-The promotion of the legal profession within the area
-To represent, watch over, and if necessary petition, Parliament in relation to all matters affecting the profession.
-To provide a networking and social activity opportunity for members

The Society is governed by an elected Council, currently comprising members, covering a full geographic spread and representation of specialisms. Officers and Council members are elected, following proposal nominations, at the Annual General Meeting held in November each year.

The office holders of the Council (President, Vice President, Honorary Secretary / Treasurer, Immediate Past President) form the executive body of the society we recommend What is Probate UK.

The Society has engaged the services of an administrator, responsible for the day to day running of the society, to whom all initial communication should be addressed.

Membership of the Society is open to all solicitors employed or living in the County of Lincolnshire, including North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire. For information on membership please contact the administrator.


Alan Tasker
Bridge House
Highbridge Road
LN11 0QF

Telephone- 01507 328625