Laura Fairlie qualifies as Solicitor with TBI's Probate department
Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors is delighted to announce that Chartered Legal Executive Laura Fairlie has completed her legal qualifications and was entered onto the Roll of Solicitors on 1 November 2020.
Laura has been a hard-working and loyal member of our team since joining the firm back in 2015 as a Legal Secretary, subsequently progressing to a Chartered Legal Executive. We are delighted to announce that she has now completed her final stage of training, and is now a Solicitor.
Alongside her tireless efforts working in the Teesside firm’s Wills, Trusts and Probate department from its North East offices, Laura since spent the last few years working towards her latest goals. Tilly Bailey & Irvine Law Firm supported Laura throughout the whole process, and we are all overjoyed to have her continued presence with us in the probate department.
Laura said: “I am delighted to be qualifying as a Solicitor. I am incredibly thankful to TBI for the guidance and support they have provided me with throughout my journey to qualification and I very much look forward to my future with the firm.”
The news comes off the back of another similar success story for Tilly Bailey & Irvine in quick succession, as Jessica Inman also qualified as a Solicitor with the firm’s Private Family Law team.
Partner and Probate head Nicola Dalzell adds: “Laura has been an essential and integral member of the Probate department and we at Tilly Bailey & Irvine are delighted to see her qualify as a Solicitor. It has been a pleasure to train Laura and her hard work and many hours has enabled her to achieve her dreams. She is a real asset to the firm and to our team, and this is just the beginning of another great chapter for her with TBI.”
Legal matters Laura will help you with include drafting Wills, the preparation and registration of Lasting Powers of Attorney, obtaining a grant of representation to an estate, dealing with the full administration of an estate, creation and administration of Trusts, and also Court of Protection matters.
We hope you will join us in congratulating Laura on her achievement.