How Paige can help you
Paige started working in the legal industry in 2012 where she discovered her passion for Wills, Trusts and Probate.
Paige has a very client-focused approach to her work and prides herself on the easy and approachable service she provides. She is known for making her clients feel immediately at ease and understood, especially when discussing sensitive subjects. Paige prides herself in making legally complex situations easy to understand.
Paige belongs to The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and the Institute of Paralegals. She is also a Senior Member of the Professional Deputies Forum.
Recognised and recommended
Paige is recognised as a ‘Rising Star’ by The Legal 500 UK 2024 for having “a totally committed, personal approach, and is very caring and patient”.
Double Award winner
Paige was a double winner at the National Paralegal Awards 2022 – claiming both the National Paralegal of the Year and the Best Will Writing Paralegal.
Paige holds several memberships and accreditations that aid her in her role, including being an affiliate member of STEP, a Fellow of the Institute of Paralegals and a member of Women in the Law UK. She was awarded Best Young Wills and Probate Professional 2021, Shortlisted for Junior Lawyer of the Year in the Law Society Excellence Awards, Highly Commended Paralegal of the Year 2020 and Top 100 Inspiring Women of Norfolk.
Paige has passed the Court of Protection Certificate with the University of Law.
Paige is well networked in and around Norfolk and is Vice Chair of Big C Cancer Charity. Paige enjoys empowering and mentoring individuals and spending time with her family and friends.
In 2022, Paige was both shortlisted in the Young Practitioner of the Year category at the British Wills and Probate Awards – and also named as a finalist in the Junior Lawyer of the Year category at the Norfolk & Norwich Law Society Awards. She was also nominated for Norfolk’s Future Award at the Annual Norfolk Business Leaders Dinner.
In September 2023, Paige was promoted to Senior Associate as part of the firm’s career development programme. She was also nominated for Champion of the Year at the Inspirational Women in Law Awards 2023.
At the beginning of 2024, Paige became a Trustee of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival and Chair of Women in Wills.
Paige has undertaken awareness training as part of the Alzheimer’s Society initiative, Dementia Friends. Helping to understand and raise awareness of those living with the condition and how to support them.
Paige was named the winner of the Young Wills and Probate Professional Award in 2021.
She has also been shortlisted for the same award in 2023.