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Associate and Chartered Legal Executive

Sue Halfyard

“The personal relationship between a client and their legal adviser is paramount. I enjoy meeting with clients, often in their own homes, to discuss their requirements and to consider the best way to achieve them. By listening and making sure our clients feel that they have been listened to, we help to address their concerns”

Sue is an Associate and Chartered Legal Executive working in our Teignmouth office having qualified in June 2005. Sue works with local individuals to support them with the preparation of Wills and lasting powers of attorney and the administration of estates.

Sue enjoys meeting people and getting to know them whilst taking great pride in helping them to achieve their requirements in a friendly and professional manner, where she will visit elderly clients in their homes if they are unable to come into an office.

Sue takes time to make sure her advice is of a high quality and that everything is explained to them in a way which is clear and that they fully understand.

She heads up the Teignmouth team dealing with later life planning and Wills and probate, working closely with Naomi Hoare and Sue Wood. Outside the office Sue is a trustee of the Alice Cross Community Centre, a charity helping the local community. She also sits on the Legacy Committee for Rowcroft Hospice. 

Mr & Mrs J

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“Just wanted to say many thanks for all your help in dealing with mum’s estate, all, of course, conducted in such a friendly yet professional manner.”

Mr & Mrs J

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When someone dies but has not made a will, what happens to their esate?

Posted on 04th March 2020 in Probate & Wills

Where someone dies but has not made a will the intestacy rules govern the distribution of their estate. Under the rules if you leave a spouse/civil partner and children then the first part of your estate passes to the spouse/civil partner.

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Sue Halfyard

Associate and Chartered Legal Executive