Specialist Areas: Wills, Estate Administration, Mental Capacity Issues and Lasting Powers of Attorney.
Claire-Marie has worked exclusively in the legal profession since 1995. Originally qualifying as a Legal Executive she continued her career progression and was admitted as a Solicitor in December 2009.
Claire-Marie initially practised Family Law for a high street firm in Reading before joining Phillips in 2016 and converting to Private Client work in January 2019. Claire-Marie was promoted to Associate Solicitor within Phillips Wills & Probate Team in 2022
Claire-Marie gives clear and concise advice. Areas of specialism include Will preparation and review; Estate Administration; preparation of Declarations of Trust; advice and preparation of Lasting Powers of Attorney and Deputyship applications
Claire-Marie has a genuine desire to help. She is compassionate and approachable and has a calm considered approach to her work.
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