Having studied Law at the University of Surrey, I joined a firm in Surrey and qualified as a Solicitor in 2012. I initially worked as a Personal Injury Solicitor, dealing with a high volume of both litigious and non-litigious matters.
After a few years, I took the decision to change specialisms and undertake Private Client work, namely matters involving Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney and Estate Administration.
What do you most enjoy about your role?
I enjoy building a rapport with clients and find a great sense of satisfaction in helping them to achieve their objectives. I have always found a sense of fulfilment in helping others, and being able to provide clients with peace of mind, especially in the most trying of times, it is both a privilege and a pleasure.
What are your strength and skills?
I listen intently to my clients in order to provide them with the advice that is best suited to their needs. The prospect of making a Will or administering an Estate can be daunting, but I am able to break things down in order to make them more understandable. I pride myself in being able to provide my clients with clarity and transparency in order to simplify matters and achieve the desired outcome.
Outside of work
I enjoy spending my spare time with family and friends. I am a sports fanatic and enjoy attending live events, particularly live sport and concerts.