Harriet Stanley

Legal Assistant Private Client | Sherborne
Direct: 01935 811633
Office: 01935 813691

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I am a Legal Assistant at Mogers Drewett and provide Later Life support to clients from our Sherborne office.

Before joining Mogers Drewett in 2018, I worked in the care sector helping to manage 24 hour care packages for clients in the community typically following hospital discharge. This involved providing support to vulnerable patients in the community and ensuring that their care needs were met.

My passion for caring for vulnerable clients or indeed those who simply require support to maintain an otherwise independent life, has led me to join the Later Life support team at Mogers Drewett. Within my role I help with legal matters such as Lasting Power of Attorney and deputyship orders as well as helping clients manage their day to day affairs when they are no longer capable of doing so themselves.

In my spare time I enjoy acting in my local community theatre, just waiting to find out what this year's play will be! And taking hikes along the coastal paths in Dorset.

 

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