Lee is a consultant solicitor who mainly specialises in helping people with tricky probate and Court of Protection cases. She has experience in some more unusual areas, such as the application of the forfeiture rule, which prevents a beneficiary inheriting a property from someone he or she has murdered. She regularly handles probate and property disputes, including cases involving fraud.
Lee began her career in law as a legal secretary, then she started studying to become a qualified legal executive specialising in property law. She qualified in 1990 with a degree and Solicitors’ Finals Examinations with First Class Honours. She has since then gone on to undertake training in litigation and probate law.
Home for Lee is in rural Meopham, not far from the Apex Law office. She enjoys helping her clients resolve legal issues as quickly as possible, and wishes she could tell more people that solicitors can be really friendly, and not all of them charge the earth. When not in the office, Lee enjoys playing tennis and walking her dog, then undoing the fitness benefits with homecooked food and some good wine.
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