10 March 2016
by Miranda Marshall – Director, March 2014Download
Jane joined Hayes + Storr in 1986 and gained her ILEX qualifications. She specialises in Wills, Probate, Powers of Attorney, Court of Protection Deputyships and Elderly Client. Jane qualified as a member of STEP in 1996 and later as a member of Solicitors for the Elderly.
Jane was born in Buckinghamshire and brought up and educated in North London/Hertfordshire. She came to Norfolk in 1974 after marrying a Norfolk man.
Jane has two rescue dogs, enjoys cooking and vegetable gardening. On Jane’s ‘wish list’ of things to do, she has achieved riding over the Massi Mara in a hot air balloon, has ridden a camel up a mountain, been on safari, been swimming with dolphins and ridden elephants.
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Laura joined Hayes + Storr in July 1999 and has worked hard to become a qualified Lawyer. Laura qualified as a F.Inst.LEx in 2009 and specialises in Wills, Probate, Powers of Attorney, Elderly Client and Private Client Services.
Laura is a local girl having lived in Wells for 21 years, she is married and has recently become a mum. She enjoys her family, socialising with friends and walking her black Labrador.
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Susan is an Associate Solicitor here at Hayes + Storr, having joined the firm in 2019. Her legal career began after graduating with a BSc (Hons) Degree from the University of Plymouth and completing her professional exams at the College of Law in Chester, qualifying in 1995.
Susan started off working in Lancashire before moving to the South West for over 17 years where she worked as a partner in a law firm, heading up the Private Client Department and taking on many management roles.
Susan has always specialised in the private client area and has vast experience when it comes to the preparation of Wills and Powers of Attorney, administering estates, assisting deputies through the Court of Protection, and creating and managing Trusts. Her client base varies from those with business and agricultural requirements to those with less complicated but equally as important needs.