Mogers Drewett’s Bath office has moved. Our new address is: St James House, The Square, Lower Bristol Road, Bath, BA2 3BH.

Kate Norris

Qualified Paralegal Private Client | Bath
Direct: 01225 750055
Office: 01225 750000

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I’m dedicated to our Later Life Support service in the Bath office, helping our older and more vulnerable clients with power of attorney and deputyship issues.

I’m mainly responsible for managing finances and help with finding suitable local care services, sale of property and personal items, investment to ensure funds last as long as possible, visiting, companionship, and provision of necessities and cash. I am passionate about helping our older clients manage and deal with their affairs at, what can be, a very difficult time.

I live in High Littleton with my husband and two young children.

 

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  • Thanks for your help and great efficiency with Mum's application to the Office of the Public Guardian to register her Enduring Power of Attorney. I've greatly appreciated your work on our behalf.

    Ms S LeBreton
  • Thanks so much for all your hard work. I have greatly appreciated your guiding us through the legal maze to end up with the ability to provide for Mum, using her assets. You kept us up to date throughout the process and were sympathetic throughout. Many thanks for your kindness.

    Ms F Pledger

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