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Danielle Pawson is a solicitor in our Contentious Private Client team.
Danielle qualified in September 2018 and specialises in assisting individuals with disputes relating to the validity of wills, inheritances and removing the administrators of an estate. She also has experience of dealing with disputed matters regarding the Court of Protection and Lasting Powers of Attorney. Before qualification, Danielle also spent the last 12 months of her training dealing with these types of disputes.
If you have a question for Danielle Pawson please drop her an email - firstname.lastname@example.org
“I appreciate that these disputes are often emotionally charged and extremely stressful for those involved. I therefore aim to develop a relationship with my clients in order that I can get to the heart of their concerns and motivations. This allows me to apply my specialist legal knowledge to the particular dispute and to help my client achieve a cost effective and successful outcome which allows them to draw a line under things and move on with their lives.”
2010 - University of Birmingham - LLB Law
2014 - Ramsdens Solicitors - Residential conveyancing and family legal assistant
2014 - University of Law, Leeds - Part-time Legal Practice Course
2015 - Eversheds - Real estate paralegal
2016 - Clarion - Trainee
2018 - Clarion - Associate