How Louise can help you
Louise spent several years working as a legacy officer for the palliative, neurological and bereavement support charity Sue Ryder, before moving to a law practice specialising in intestacy estate administration.
Therefore Louise has vast experience in supporting individuals and families to help settle the affairs of those who have passed away with or without a will – and help them manage the distribution of all their assets, as well as advice concerning their pensions, debts and tax implications.
Through Rosedale Training, Louise has completed a training course on supporting those bereaved by suicide. She is also an FCILEx, Affiliate member of STEP.
Recognised and recommended
Louise is a ‘Recommended Lawyer’ in The Legal 500 UK 2024.
Louise is the holder of the STEP Advanced Certificate in Will Preparation.
This particular qualification demonstrates Louise’s competence and expertise in Will drafting, and compliance with the STEP will writing code of practice.
Originally from Essex, Louise moved to Norwich to study law at undergraduate and postgraduate level at UEA, before completing her Legal Practice Course at the University of the West of England on a distance learning basis.
Outside of work Louise’s young son keeps her busy, but she is also a volunteer councillor for her local town council. Her interests include card-making and she has recently taught herself calligraphy to add to her crafting repertoire. Louise is also an avid reader and takes part in a monthly book club.