MSB Doubles Private Client Team

MSB Solicitors has grown its Private Client team twofold in response to increased client demand, welcoming two new members including a Solicitor and Head of Department to lead the team.

Robert Lee joins MSB as Head of the Private Client Department, specialising in Wills and Probate, Conveyancing of Probate properties, Trusts and Estates, Court of Protection, Powers of Attorney, and Contentious Probate matters.

Robert brings to the role a wealth of experience, having qualified as a Solicitor in 2007. He is a fully accredited member of Solicitors for The Elderly, and has undertaken additional specialist training in older client law.

Also adding to the team is Caroline Chamberlain, who joins as Solicitor in Wills and Probate. With more than a decade of experience, Caroline advises clients across the whole spectrum of private client matters, including Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Probate applications and Estate Administration with a particular focus on complex disputes, including applications to remove trustees; burial disputes; will validity disputes and claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975.

Both Robert and Caroline join the firm’s existing Private Client team, which has been led by Solicitor Steven Butchart.

Emma Carey, Managing Director at MSB, said:

“The growth of our Private Client team is a direct reflection of the fantastic work that Steven and Rafael have been doing to support our clients, which in turn has led to increased enquiries and demand for support with more complex issues.”

“I’m incredibly proud to be able to grow this team and welcome two talented individuals with impressive experience, who will further strengthen our offer, to ensure we can continue to provide the best possible services to our communities. I look forward to seeing where it will take us in the future.”

The news continues the firm’s significant growth over the past year, the success of which resulted in MSB being named in The Times Best Law Firms 2021.

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