Fosters welcomes new Associate Paige Gouldthorpe
We are delighted to welcome our new Associate Paige Gouldthorpe to Fosters, who joins us as a Wills, Trusts and Probate Executive at our Norwich branch.
Paige arrives with eight years of in-depth experience in the sector, specialising in all areas of later-life planning and bereavement services – including estate planning and administration, Deputyship Orders and representing vulnerable clients in the Court of Protection.
Paige holds a number of memberships and accreditations that will aid her in her role, including being an affiliate member of STEP, the Society of Later Life Advisors and a member of Women in the Law UK. She was also highly commended in the Paralegal of the Year category of the 2020 National Paralegal Awards and has also been a finalist twice in the Will Writing Paralegal of the Year.
As well as being on the Board of Trustees for Norfolk-based cancer charity The Big C, Paige has a passion for networking and mentoring, which has seen her listed in the Top 100 Inspiring Women in Norfolk.
Commenting on her appointment, Paige said: “I am really excited to have joined Fosters and can’t wait to get started. I know the firm and our team share the same value I place on the importance of excellent client care, and I look forward to continuing to develop fantastic relationships with my new clients and help drive our department forward.”
Fosters’ Head of Wills, Trusts & Probate Lisa Glynne added: “Paige brings with her a wealth of experience and enthusiasm for the key services that we provide here at Fosters and we are thrilled she is joining our team.
“She has also been recognised on a national level for her work, having been nominated by some of her previous clients for awards, which highlights the importance she places on excellent client care and the esteem in which she has been held by those she has supported – and we believe she will positively strengthen our services and growing department.”
For more information on our Wills, Trust and Probate services, and to contact our team, please call 01603 620508.
This article was produced on the 22nd January 2021 by our Wills, Trusts & Probate team for information purposes only and should not be construed or relied upon as specific legal advice.