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Katherine qualified as a solicitor in 2004 and is a Member of The Law Society Private Client Section and the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP). Katherine is recognised for her pragmatic approach towards helping families of disabled or vulnerable people. She has a meticulous eye for detail and clients appreciate the straight-talking attitude to often sensitive situations. Katherine is responsible for the telephone service provided to Mencap, advising service users on queries regarding Wills and Trusts.
Katherine advises parents and carers of children on the autistic spectrum. Katherine is considered an expert in this field and is recommended widely by clients and professional referrers alike. She regularly speaks to, and advises, autism support charities and parent groups across Sussex.
A recommended lawyer with Legal 500, the 2021 edition describes Katherine as being ‘exceptionally sensitive to the needs and challenges that vulnerable clients and their families’.
Katherine has passed the STEP Advanced Certificate in Advising Vulnerable Clients, launched in 2014 this respected qualification has only been undertaken by a small group of professionals, making Katherine and Philip the first lawyers in the country to hold this certification.
Getting to know Katherine
If you were not a lawyer what job would you do?
A safari guide at a National Park in Zambia (if I was little more adventurous and brave!)
If you were given a day off work where would we find you?
Taking the kids to some activity or other or food shopping!
What can you do that no one else in the office can do?
A somersault, these days assisted by a trampoline.
If you could go back in history to a specific date or time, what would it be?
The 1970s to watch Liverpool play football, preferably when they first won the Champions League.
Where in the world would you most like to visit?
Borneo – for the amazing and unique wildlife.