Local solicitor Holly Chantler Appointed to Solicitors for the Elderly Board of Directors

News - 29/03/2016

Solicitors for the Elderly has appointed local solicitor Holly Chantler to its board of directors

Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE) is a national organisation of over 1,500 professionals, such as solicitors, barristers, and chartered legal executives, committed to providing the highest quality legal advice on specialist areas, such as wills, powers of attorney and elder abuse.

Holly, a Partner at Morrisons Solicitors in Redhill, joins the not-for-profit organisation’s 6-member board as it looks to raise awareness of the importance of planning ahead for later life and the benefits of seeking good quality legal advice.

She became an SFE member in 2009 and joined its Surrey board in September 2015, before being appointed as joint regional co-ordinator in February 2016. She is a Panel Deputy for the Court of Protection and was named one of eprivateclient’s Top 35 Under 35 practitioners in 2015.

Holly commented on her new role:
“It is a very exciting time for SFE and I am thrilled to be a part of its future. I am passionate about raising awareness of the issues surrounding older and vulnerable people, as well as helping to increase the profile and influence of SFE and its members, in order to promote expertise and best practice in this complex area of law.”

Lakshmi Turner, Chief Executive of SFE, said:
“It is with great pleasure we welcome Holly to our board of directors. After a rigorous recruitment process Holly was one of two standout candidates and I have every confidence in her application and dedication in helping SFE continue to grow as the gold standard for experts practicing in this area of law.”

To find an SFE accredited lawyer near you go to go to: https://www.sfe.legal
To find out more about Holly Chantler visit https://www.morrlaw.com/team/holly-chantler/, email [email protected] or call 01737 854 525.

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