Solicitor in the private client team
I am a solicitor in the personal planning team carrying out estate administration and the drafting of wills and lasting powers of attorney.
I graduated from the University of Wolverhampton with a 2:1 Law degree in 2015. I won the Wolverhampton Law Society’s Junior Professional of the Year award in 2018 and went on to qualify as a solicitor in 2019.
I have over five years of experience in private client and advising families on the preparation of wills and powers of attorney. I have administered various estates of different sizes and have supported clients during difficult times. My temperament is well suited to working with elderly clients to achieve their wishes in a straightforward way. I appreciate that my work involves clients who are going through some of the hardest times of their lives and as a result, I have a strong passion for providing an exceptional service to my clients in a professional, yet caring manner.
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