New recruits bolster FJG’s Wills, Life Planning and Probate team
15 May 2020 by Rebecca Webber
We’re delighted to announce the recruitment of two new trained Legal experts into our Wills, Life Planning, and Probate team. Carlie Brown is a Chartered Legal Executive who will be working in the Holland-on-Sea office and Rachael Fleet joins the Billericay branch as a Solicitor.
Both Carlie and Rachael specialise in the drafting of Wills, administration of Estates, Powers of Attorney, and non-contentious Probate matters. Carlie is well known and respected in the Tendring area having worked in the locality for over fifteen years. She prides herself on building a great relationship with her clients where she is always approachable and easy to talk to, making her a great addition to the team working with the close-knit community of Holland-on-Sea.
Rachael has worked in the North Essex area for the nearly 10 years and is working towards her STEP qualification which will see her well-equipped to help the Billericay residents with Trust and Estate issues.
Susanne Grimwade, head of the Wills, Life Planning & Probate team commented, “We’re delighted to have Carlie and Rachael join our growing department. In these unprecedented times, the team is successfully navigating a new landscape and I am pleased to welcome two more to the team.”
She continued, “Carlie and Rachael will be involved in our scheme to offer free Wills in return for a donation to charity which has raised nearly £3 million in combined pledged charity donations, legacies and estate residues since the launch in January. This extraordinary amount is supporting local charities during the Covid-19 crisis and will continue to in the aftermath of the pandemic. We would like to thank our clients for helping us achieve such an amazing figure and for supporting charities across the UK.”
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