- Administration of Estates
- Court of Protection
- Power of Attorney
- Wills and Probate
Charlotte joined the firm in 2017 having completed the MLaw degree at Northumbria University, a master’s degree which also incorporated the Legal Practice Course. Charlotte graduated with a first-class honours degree and was also awarded the Bond Dickinson Prize in Employment Law.
Charlotte began her training contract at our sister company, Watson Woodhouse, in July 2017. Throughout her training contract, she gained experience in a wide range of practice areas including civil litigation, claims against public authorities, inquests, personal injury, housing law, employment law, wills and probate, family law and criminal defence before qualifying as a Solicitor in 2019.
Charlotte now advises in all aspects of private client work including wills, lasting powers of attorney, administration of estates, court of protection matters, trusts and inheritance tax planning.
- Bond Dickinson prize in Employment Law
- Higher Rights of Audience (Civil) qualification
- Integrated Master’s Degree (MLaw) at Northumbria University – First Class Honours