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Working in a new way!

By 5th May 2020News

Well, the world has changed so much it seems in recent times and we’re all having to adapt how we’re working, living and overall coping with the new situation!!!

It’s a time when our mortality has been waved in our faces and it’s difficult for someone in this line of work to know if it’s in any way appropriate to promote the services at Illuminate Legal at this time. However, I have had a number of Will, Lasting Power of Attorney and Probate enquiries in recent weeks. The world is still turning, but in a different way. As someone who prides myself on a personal service, generally visiting clients in their own homes, the manner of serving my clients has adapted but the legal expertise and experience remains the same.

I am always wanting to ensure that my clients get the best possible legal advice whilst preparing for the worst and hoping for the best; the current health crisis we are experiencing across the nation and the world makes no difference to that.

Wills are important but should not be rushed or made hastily. Simplicity is often best. Discussing your options and talking through the possibilities is still important.

I am working daily, but around my young family and am based (as I always have been) from my home office in Odiham, North Hampshire. It’s taken such a crisis for many in the working world to catch up to this – and many will now pay testament to the fact that working in this way doesn’t compromise quality or service.

If you want to discuss your personal legal arrangements, do get in touch and I will find a way to help. I am grateful to have some understanding, compassionate and extremely kind clients and I hope to convey the same approach to them at this very difficult time.

With very best wishes, Rebecca.

Rebecca Reid

Author Rebecca Reid

She is an experienced and well-regarded private client specialist solicitor providing high quality legal advice in the field of Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Probate and Elderly Client issues.

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