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Trainee Solicitor

Cory Stephenson

“I am excited to be working in the Housing Management Team at Tozers. I have always admired the team for their ability to tackle a wide range of legal issues confidently, pragmatically and robustly.

I have already assisted Jenny Lloyd and Sarah Schooling on a number of matters including anti social behaviour, access injunctions, disrepair and boundary disputes for social landlord clients and I am look forward to gaining more experience in these areas.

I aim to understand clients’ concerns and objectives so that I can provide clear and tailored advice and assistance to meet each client’s needs and exceed expectations.”

Cory is a Trainee Solicitor currently working in the Affordable Housing team as part of his second training seat. Cory has spent 6 months in the firm’s Wealth Management team and prior to commencing his Training Contract in March 2021, Cory worked as a Paralegal in the Litigation team specialising in debt and Disputed Wills and Trusts.  If all goes to plan, Cory will qualify as a Solicitor in March 2023.

Cory obtained a first-class law degree from the University of Winchester and subsequently achieved a Distinction in his Masters of Law in Professional Legal Practice from the University of Law.

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Lasting Powers of Attorney drop by 30% last year

Posted on 23rd April 2021 in Later Life Planning

A recent article on Today’s Wills & Probate shows that a freedom of information request by Quilter revealed “a 30 percent drop in the number of LPAs registered between April 2020 and February 2021, compared to the same period the previous year”.

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The Inheritance Act and Minor Children

Posted on 11th February 2021 in Dispute Resolution

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