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11 September 2015

Private client practice welcomes new faces

During September, the firm welcomed newly qualified Thomas Bird to support clients’ needs.

Thomas Bird

Thomas began his training contract with B P Collins in September 2013, qualifying as a solicitor two years later on completion of his final seat with the private client practice.  Thomas will continue to support the team with a range of estate planning, wills, powers of attorney and probate matters

As well as being a valuable addition to the private client practice, Thomas is also well-respected for his enthusiastic approach to fundraising on behalf of the firm. 

A keen sportsman, he led a team of staff members to success through the Tough Mudder course in May.  At the time of going to press, Thomas was currently in training to complete his second Three Peaks Challenge in aid of Heart of Bucks on 12 September, alongside seven other members of staff.

Paul Lowery departs

Private client partner Paul Lowery will be leaving the practice in the autumn. We would like to thank Paul for his work with the firm in recent years and wish him the best for the future. Following his departure, Paul’s ongoing client work will be transferred to fellow team members.

If you would like to meet any of the new or current private client solicitors to discuss a particular matter, your will or how recent changes in the law may affect your wealth planning arrangements, call 01753 279030 or email privateclient@bpcollins.co.uk.

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