McMillan Williams are proud to announce that three of our Solicitors have been shortlisted for the Kent Law Society Awards 2016.
Junior Lawyer of the Year Award
Regional Partner, Head of Court of Protection
Peter qualified in 2013 and is an Associate Solicitor at MW Sevenoaks. As one of our specialist property solicitors, Peter deals with all aspects of conveyancing for both residential and business clients. He is an expert in all aspects of property transactions including Sales and purchase, mortgages and remortgages, Transfers of Equity, Leasehold transactions and extensions and deeds of variation.
Peter is also a keen networker and will be in attendance on the MW Stand at the 2016 Sevenoaks Business Show on 22 April 2016.
Outstanding Achievement Award
Mark qualified in 2006 and is a Partner and Head of both our Court of Protection Team and Private Client Team (Kent Region) based in MW Sevenoaks. In 2015, Mark qualified as a Notary Public and he is also an accredited member of Solicitors for the Elderly. He is a regular participant in the Free Wills schemes run by Age UK and Greenwich and Bexley Community Hospice.
Mark is a consummate private client Solicitor and specialises in advising clients on Court of Protection, Wills, Estates, Trusts, Tax Planning and Power of Attorney issues.
Caroline qualified in 1988 and is a partner and member of our specialist Family and Children Law team based at MW Bexleyheath. Alongside Georgina Earle-Hutton she was a founding partner in the Bexleyheath firm Landes Hutton LLP, now part of MW Solicitors Ltd. A long standing member of Resolution and previously Chair of the Bexley Community Legal Service Partnership, Caroline is accredited by the Law Society and is a member of both the Family Law Panel and the Children Law Panel.
Caroline assists clients in all aspects of family law including divorce, cohabitation disputes, injunctive relief and children disputes. A trained and experienceed family mediator she offers couples going through separation with constructive, sensitive and practical solutions and advice.
Kent Law Society
The Kent Law Society was established in 1818, before the Law Society of England and Wales, and has a long and proud history. The society has over 500 members comprising solicitors, fee earners and trainees who practise within the Kent County boundary. The Society was formed to promote the best interests of its members in Kent and it promotes the careers of new and trainee lawyers starting to practice in the County.
The winners of the awards will be announced at the dinner following the AGM on 13th May 2016.