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Cara Burr

Associate Chartered Legal Executive Private Client | Wells
Direct: 01749 341818
Office: 01749 342323

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I joined the firm in 1992 and qualified as a full member of the Society of Trust & Estates Practitioners in 2012.

I specialise in Will, estate administration and elderly client work. As you might expect, it’s a job that requires a lot of delicacy and diplomacy as I’m dealing with families during some pretty difficult times. It’s a really rewarding job and I’m proud to be a member of Solicitors for the Elderly.

I was born and bred in the South West, and have two children. In my down time I enjoy cycling and, as if I wasn’t busy enough, running the local Brownie Pack (which I have done for over 20 years!).

 

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