Sunday, September 19, 2021

Bray & Bray boosts Market Harborough office with new private client solicitor

Leicestershire law firm Bray & Bray has strengthened its wills, trusts & probate department with the appointment of Russell Dalby at its Market Harborough office.

A specialist in all areas of private client work, Dalby is a former senior bank manager who worked in personal and business banking before moving into international finance.

He qualified as a solicitor in 2014 achieving the top grade for his Legal Practice Course in 2012 and is now set to embark on the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) qualification.

Tim Gladdle, senior partner at Bray & Bray, said: “Our wills and probate department has seen substantial growth over the last year.  Our clients are looking to deal with trusted advisors who can bring together legal expertise with sensible and practical personal and commercial advice to their affairs”.

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