The Older Client Care in Practice (OCCP) Award distinguishes lawyers who work within this specialist field. The SFE accreditation demonstrates a deep understanding and compassion for the unique legal needs of older and vulnerable individuals, their families and carers as well as professional excellence.
The re-accreditation is a rigorous process which involves a comprehensive review of Sophie’s skills, knowledge and demonstration of understanding the specific needs and considerations required when safeguarding and protecting older clients’ interests. Sophie aced the assessment with 98%!
Sophie’s reaccreditation showcases her ongoing dedication to staying up-to-date with the latest developments in elder law to provide the best possible guidance to her clients. This external award highlights Sophie’s unwavering dedication and professional excellence as well as the relentless commitment of her team in upholding the firm’s reputation for providing the highest standards of legal service.
“I am absolutely delighted to have achieved re-accreditation by SFE. With so many unregulated will writers, it can often be an extremely stressful and confusing time for people trying to compare and evaluate which solicitor they should instruct. The law is there to support people and very often those that need legal support are often the very people that struggle to access or understand its complexity in the first place. The enhanced skills and training required to be SFE accredited gives people reassurance that their lawyer has the highest level of skills to guide clients through this complex and sensitive area of law.”
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Sophie Wales | Head of Wills, Trust and Probate