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The Autism Show

About the show

We are exhibiting at The Autism Show at London ExCel on 14 and 15 June 2024.

For the second year running our solicitors will be on hand to answer your questions about protecting their future inheritance with trusts and wills. 

Children with autism are unlikely to live independently when they reach adulthood and will probably require a level of support throughout their lives.  As benefits are usually means-tested it is critical that parents do not leave a pot of money to their children as they risk losing their benefits and the support that comes with them.  The impact of losing these benefits can be significant as the adult with autism may not have the mental capacity to manage the money or organise the care they need.

Solicitors Charles Fraser and Victoria Wood are experts in advising clients with additional needs such as autism.  They help the parents and carers of children with autism (both minors and “adult children”) and can work directly with a client who has autism.  By listening to your concerns they will tailor advice to your needs to give you peace of mind that their future inheritance is protected.

Opening times
Friday 14 June: 9:30am – 4:30pm
Saturday 15 June: 10:00am – 4:00pm

Where to find us
Find us on stand E25 near the theatre.


Charles Fraser

Senior Solicitor and Head of Older and Vulnerable Client team

01992 305222


Charles advises individuals and families about their wills, trusts and inheritance tax planning with an emphasis on elderly and vulnerable clients including Court of Protection applications, continuing healthcare appeals and deferred payment agreements. He helps his clients to make the right decisions about their estates and inheritance matters by understanding what they are trying to achieve and why. Charles is a member of STEP, the Law Society Private Client Section, and Solicitors for the Elderly.

Victoria Wood

Associate Solicitor in the Older and Vulnerable Client team

01992 305244


Victoria specialises in supporting older and vulnerable clients, managing their financial affairs, and safeguarding their welfare. Whether her client is an elderly person with dementia, or a child with learning difficulties, she takes a carefully tailored approach to provide the support they need. She also undertakes private client work such as will writing, drafting Lasting Powers of Attorney, probate and estate administration. Victoria is a member of STEP and the Law Society Private Client Section.

Come and talk to us at the show and we can help you take the first step towards that future.


We recommend booking your tickets in advance.  You can buy tickets on the door although they will be more expensive.  Tickets are free for children under 16 years old.  Tickets for adults range from £19 to £34.

All ticket prices and a link to make a booking can be found here.


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