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Hughes Paddison strengthens its team

Cheltenham-based solicitors Hughes Paddison has announced a new senior addition "to further strengthen their Private Client Department".

Sue Senkbeil (pictured) has joined the firm's ranks as an associate solicitor, bringing with her 15 years' of experience as a private client specialist in the Cheltenham area.

She headed a Cheltenham probate department for seven years advising clients on wills, estate administration, powers of attorney, court of protection matters and trusts.

Jane Brothwood, managing director, said: "I am delighted to welcome Sue to the Hughes Paddison team.

"We have an excellent and growing reputation for our private client department and the appointment of someone of Sue's calibre and her experience can only enhance that further.

"Sue has hit the ground running and our clients are benefiting from their experience, knowledge and expertise."

Ms Senkbeil said: "I have been aware of Hughes Paddison for some time, particularly for the calibre of their team, quality of their advice and highly personal service.

"So when the chance to join the firm came up, I was delighted to take the opportunity. Everyone has been very welcoming and I am thoroughly enjoying the new challenge."

Her role will include assisting and supporting a broad range of clients, including those relocating to Cheltenham and looking for a new local solicitor.

She is particularly keen to develop contacts with the retirement living properties in Cheltenham and the surrounding area, with a view to offering morning sessions to allow new and existing residents the opportunity to discuss their wishes, with regards to wills and powers of attorney, prior to an office appointment.

To find out more visit Hughes-Paddison.co.uk or telephone 01242 574244.

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