22 September 2016
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by Miranda Marshall- Director and Solicitor, September 2016Download
Emma joined Hayes + Storr in February 2020 to work in the Private Client Department.
She completed a Degree in Politics at the University of Exeter, and subsequently completed the Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course at the College of Law, Guildford, obtaining her Law Degree at the same time.
She completed her Training Contract with a law firm in Sussex, qualifying as a Solicitor in February 2016, before relocating to Norfolk in early 2020.
Outside of work, Emma is a keen sports fan and can regularly be found attending football matches or getting out and about in the countryside.
John Newham has worked at Hayes + Storr for over 12 years and specialises in Wills, Probate, Powers of Attorney, Trust Administration and Private Client Services.
John moved back home to the UK in 2006, having spent almost all of his life in Zimbabwe, where he qualified as a legal practitioner in 1975. Having completed his conversion exams, John was admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales in November 2007.
John and his wife are enjoying living in Norfolk and he lists his interests as first and foremost his grandchildren, followed by golf, watching most sports, travel and the flora of the UK.
Miranda joined Hayes + Storr in 2008 as a partner of the firm. She specialises in private client work encompassing Wills, Trusts, Capital Taxation Planning and Advice, Wealth Management together with the handling of higher value and more complex Probate and personal affairs management. From October 2020 she has moved to be joint head of the new Holt office.
Miranda has also been appointed as a Notary Public and in that capacity is authorised to enable foreign arrangements for clients, both individuals and companies. She is increasingly developing her interest in dealing with clients with overseas assets and connections.
She is a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, Charity Law Association, Solicitors for the Elderly and the Notaries’ Society.
Miranda prides herself on providing a highly personal and professional service with client care as her primary focus.
Having lived in North Norfolk since she was a young child Miranda was educated at Gresham’s School, Holt, she read Law at Oxford University (Lady Margaret Hall). Having served her Articles with Eversheds (then Daynes Hill & Perks), Miranda qualified as a solicitor in 1991 and became a partner with Ward Gethin in 1995.
Although her young family are her top priority away from the office, Miranda also tries to find time to enjoy the Norfolk coast and countryside, gardening, reading, music and painting.
Robert joined Hayes + Storr in August 2009 as a Solicitor, in April 2013 Robert became a Partner. Robert specialises in Wills, Probate, Powers of Attorney, Trust Administration and Tax.
Robert was born in Alnwick Northumberland. He achieved a BA Hons Degree in History at Leeds University followed by a Post Graduate Diploma in Law (CPE) and Legal Practice Course (LPC) at Northumbria University. Robert completed his training contract with Adam Douglas & Son Solicitors, Northumberland.
Outside of work Robert enjoys travelling, rugby and cricket.
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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.