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Chryso Loizides

Associate Solicitor

Chryso is an associate solicitor in the Wills, Trusts & Probate, Power of Attorney and Court of Protection departments at GN Law.

About Chryso

Chryso advises in the following areas: –

Chryso works with a number of vulnerable clients and is regularly instructed by the Official Solicitor to represent incapacitated adults who are the subject of court proceedings concerning their welfare and financial affairs in the Court of Protection.


  • LPC with Masters of Law (LLM) – University of Law (2017-2018)
  • LLB (Honours) – University of Surrey (2014-2017)


  • GN Law, Solicitor (2021-present)
  • GN Law, Trainee Solicitor (2018-2021)
  • City of London Appeals Clinic, Pro-bono (2017)


Chryso is fluent in Greek and English.

Personal Interests and Activities

Chryso enjoys volunteering and supporting charity organisations. She is also passionate about travelling, cooking, practicing yoga and dancing Latin.


“It was a pleasure working with Chryso Loizides. She is very professional, kind, communicative and very quick with responses.”

“Chryso was helping me out with a property matter. She is absolutely brilliant..
Extremely courteous, fast at responding and very knowledgeable.”

“From start to finish our allocated solicitor, Chryso, was fantastic. Every step of the process was explained and some very important information given that prompted us to further essential action.”

“Chryso was fantastic to deal with. Always quick and responsive. We were very happy with how she handled everything. “

Recent Articles

A Property and Financial Affairs LPA is a legal document which gives another person or persons (known as your ‘attorneys’) the authority to make decisions on your behalf, like buying or selling property, making investments, paying your mortgage and bills, and giving people access to financial information about you.
Our People - Chryso Loizides
A health and welfare LPA is a legal document which gives another person or persons (known as your ‘attorneys’) the authority to make decisions on your behalf should you lose the capacity to take those decisions yourself, like where you should live, what type of medical treatment you should receive and refusing or consenting to life-sustaining treatment.
Our People - Chryso Loizides
When it comes to making important decisions about healthcare and personal matters, individuals have legal tools at their disposal to ensure their wishes are honoured. Two commonly used instruments are the Living Will and the Lasting Power of Attorney. Although both serve similar purposes, they differ in significant ways.
Our People - Chryso Loizides
In this article, we will discuss the differences between updating your will and adding a codicil and which option may be best for you.
Our People - Chryso Loizides
You can plan for the future by creating an LPA, which allows you to choose someone you trust to make decisions for you if you lose capacity (for example through dementia or injury).
Our People - Chryso Loizides
Guide for the executors or personal representatives of the deceased’s estate, looking at the connection between cryptocurrency and probate.
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