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Emma Coate (NÉE Batstone)

Associate Solicitor Private Client | Sherborne
Direct: 01935 811628
Office: 01935 813691
Mob: 07596 286941

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I am an associate solicitor at Mogers Drewett in our Private Client department.

My role encompasses all areas of Private Client work which includes drafting Wills, administering estates, tax and trusts and the preparation of Lasting Powers of Attorney. My aim is to ensure that clients feel at ease and are fully informed and supported throughout the process. I appreciate that every client is different and therefore I offer a tailored service to meet that particular client’s needs.

I am a member of the Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners (STEP) following completion of the Diploma in 2020.

In my spare time I enjoy being active and spend most of my time in the gym or out running/walking in the beautiful countryside.

 

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