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Gemma Monaghan

Paralegal Private Client | Bath
Direct: 01225 750056
Office: 01225 750000

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I joined the Mogers Drewett Probate and Estate Administration department in 2004 and completed the Institute of Paralegals qualification in 2013.

I’m currently training to become a Chartered Legal Executive. During my time at Mogers Drewett I’ve gained considerable experience administering estates and solving the problems that can sometimes occur along the way.

I enjoy helping families in a time of need and appreciate that dealing with the administration of the estate of someone close can be a distressing time for everyone involved. So I try to be there to support my clients as much I can – and find a solution quickly.

 

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  • I really appreciate the help, professionalism and support from the Mogers Drewett team during this difficult time. I would particularly like to extend my thanks and gratitude to Gemma for all her hardwork, understanding and friendliness - she played a blinder! A real credit to your company.

    Julie

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