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Senior Associate – Solicitor
Sue also has a strong personal interest in ensuring that families of people on the autistic spectrum know what options are available to them to best support their loved one and guides them through lay Deputyship applications and the Court process.
Sue’s expertise includes:
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Sue has experience working in Court of Protection deputyships, both Property & Finance and Personal Welfare, for vulnerable people of all ages in a variety of unique circumstances.
Professional deputyships from the application stage to longer term management of client affairs.
Clients may lack mental capacity to manage their own affairs due to brain injuries, complex physical and severe learning disabilities, challenging behaviours and communication difficulties. They may also be entitled to a significant compensation claim and Sue ensures that all funds are managed in the vulnerable person’s best interests.
Sue’s client-focused skills and personal approach ensure that our clients feel supported and remain at the centre of every decision. She ensures that her clients receive the best level of provision from statutory services and other associated professionals.
Sue has published several articles about supporting vulnerable clients and has spoken regularly at events about deputyships.
Sue is an associate member of SFE and has passed the SFE OCCP qualification.
Following a successful management career with a well-known airline, she studied Law and retrained as a solicitor.
Sue worked in the Court of Protection team at Moore Barlow for 7.5 years and completed her training contract with the firm. She is experienced in supporting vulnerable clients and their families with Deputyship applications and manages their finances in the longer term. Most of her clients have Personal Injury claims/settlements, but some have more modest circumstances.
Sue relaxes by practicing yoga and loves reading, crosswords and binge-watching series on Netflix.