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Laura Clarke

Position: Private Client Executive
Offices: West Cumbria
 
Areas: Personal Law, Wills, Probate and Inheritance
 
 

Laura is an Executive in our Private Client department and works from our West Cumbria office.

Laura graduated with an LLB in Law from the University of East Anglia and went on to work in Children’s Law before moving to Private Client.

She is an associate Member of CILEx, studying towards qualifying as a Chartered Legal Executive in Private Client.  Her experience is in Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney and Administration of Estates.

Laura is a trained Dementia Friend and is an Affiliate Member of STEP (The Society for Trusts and Estates Practitioners).

Outside of work Laura enjoys hiking and wild swimming in the Lake District.

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Winter Solstice Wild Swimming Adventure Attracts Cumbria Legal Executive

December 19th 2019

WILD swimming meets the Winter Solstice in the English Lake District this weekend and Laura Clarke wouldn’t miss it for the world. Laura, whose outdoor adventures include trekking to Everest Base Camp, loves nothing more than an early morning dip in the tranquil waters of the Lake District. “There’s just…

Woman ordered to pay rent after partner died without a Will

February 3rd 2020

A woman has been ordered to pay rent for the time she spent living in the house she shared with her partner after he died without a Will. The partner had been married in the 1980s and had two children. He later began a relationship with the woman involved in…

50 Wainwrights in support of ’50 Faces for Hospice’

September 28th 2020

Team Cartmells are always up for a challenge so, when Hospice at Home launched their ’50 Faces’ fundraiser, our West Cumbria girls signed up and donned their thinking hats. After a lot of thought, suggestions and zoom meetings, it was decided that they would complete 50 Wainwrights between 1st July…