STOCKTON-BASED Archers Law has strengthened its wills, probate, trusts team with the appointment of well regarded solicitor Rosemary Young.
Rosemary has practised in Teesside for more than 25 years, specialising in private client work including all aspects of wills, probate and trusts.
With roots firmly in the local area, Rosemary became the first woman president of Tees Valley Law Society in 2004. As a trustee of the Tees Valley Community Foundation, she also enjoys combining her professional life with that of making a contribution to the local community.
A member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and Solicitors for the Elderly, Rosemary will help the Archers Law team provide clients with specialist support and advice in wealth management and planning for later in life.
Rosemary says: “I have always had a great deal of respect for Archers Law and have known several partners and staff for many years. I consider the firm to be forward thinking and very well managed so was delighted when the opportunity to join their wills, probate, trusts team came along.”
David Collier, partner and head of wills, probate, trusts at Archers Law says, “Rosemary’s experience encompasses all aspects of asset protection for families from high net worth clients to homeowners of
more modest means planning for care in later life.
“We are delighted that Rosemary has chosen to work with us. With her considerable experience and enthusiasm Rosemary is already making a significant contribution to the established team.”