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Kat King

Chartered Legal Executive Private Client | Wells
Office: 01749 342323

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I started my career at Mogers Drewett in 2012 and my specialist areas are Administration of Estates, Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney.

Originally a teacher of English as a Foreign Language in Poland, I studied English Philology and gained a Master of Arts specialising in linguistics.

When I originally came to the UK, I took on a managerial role in retail and subsequently worked in recruitment before starting as a legal secretary, which is where my interest for law flourished. I moved to Radstock and was given a fantastic opportunity of working for Mogers Drewett in Bath in the Probate Department. I then relocated to the Wells office and have worked there since 2014.

I have always been interested in law, and inspired by my brother who is a qualified lawyer in Poland, I decided to become a lawyer myself. In the summer of 2019 I qualified as a Chartered Legal Executive and a TEP (Trust and Estate Professional with STEP).

I visit my family and friends in Poland every year and in my free time I enjoy reading books, craftwork and entertaining my Maine Coon cats.

 

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