Claire Busuttil is a Solicitor within the Probate, Trusts and Wills Department. Claire is responsible for drafting wills, lasting powers of attorney and the administration of estates for the firm’s private clients.
Before joining the firm, Claire studied at Guildford College of Law and achieved a distinction in her Legal Practice Course. She commenced her training with the firm shortly after in 2005 and has recently returned after spending time at home with her young son.
At work Claire is dedicated to building effective relationships with all her clients and professional contacts.
Claire is a Governor at a local Primary school and in her spare time (when she is not ferrying her son to his various social engagements) enjoys travelling, going to the theatre, reading and socialising with friends.
I’m writing this to say a heartfelt thank you.
Over 2 years ago my Auntie Doreen died (30/03/17). She had a lot of complex savings and although I had kept her books as up to date as I could, it all got a bit much for me. So we bought it all to you to sort out and put through Probate!
Last year, as you know, our parents died within a month of each other. Once again we came to you to sort everything out for us. I am so glad that we did. You have been so professional and so kind. There are so many professionals we come in contact with in life and I do appreciate your professionalism, but the kindness is far more important. Empathy can’t be faked and is so important when people are grieving.
Thank you and thanks to Kendall who has also been helpful and understanding. We could not have managed without either of you.
I will have no hesitation in recommending you to anyone who needs a solicitor and I will be back in a few months to sort out a Power of Attorney.
With best regards
CP - July 2019