Susan qualified as a solicitor in 1998, after a rather unusual route to qualification. Having read Geology at Durham University, and working as an engineering geologist for 5 years, she decided to re-train to be a solicitor.
After qualifying with a large high street firm in Dorset, she worked in Southampton and London before settling down on the Kent coast.
Susan specialises in the preparation of Wills, advice regarding Inheritance Tax, the administration of estates (obtaining grants of probate and other grants of representation), advice regarding powers of attorney and various trust matters.
Susan takes pride in offering the very highest levels of legal services with a personal and friendly approach, aiming to build long term relationships with clients, which means that many of our new clients come via recommendations from existing clients. You can be sure that she will deal with your matter with sensitivity and empathy, and will provide you with all of the information that you require in order to make informed decisions.
Outside of work, Susan loves theatre, classical music and travel, and spending time with her family.
What do clients say about Susan?
“The flexible service & adaptations made by Su, Kerrie & Nicola to mitigate the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic were exceptional. Wonderful service, thank you.”
“We were very impressed by, and grateful for, the efficiency with which our wills were dealt with. Thank you Su!”
“Susan has been absolutely outstanding throughout the whole process. Totally professional and we would not hesitate to use Susan again.”
“Mrs England handled what has been a difficult time in such a way as to give me every confidence in her. In addition, she was absolutely charming and sympathetic. I am very grateful to her.”
“I would like to thank Susan England for the way they responded to my enquiries and questions when handling my recent property purchase and my will.”
“Susan was very understanding of our needs. We never felt hurried at any time. It was stress free. Great firm, well done.”