Sue has been assisting individuals and families in Fife with their legal needs since 2005, and has been practicing law since completing her honours legal degree and diploma at the University of Aberdeen in 2002. She is a solicitor and notary public and also has a joint honours degree in Accountancy.
A talented and skilled legal practitioner, Sue prides herself on building close and lasting relationships with her clients who trust her to anticipate their needs and give them the best advice for their unique circumstances.
She offers clients expert tailored advice on all areas of personal legal arrangements, such as Wills, Powers of Attorney, Adults with Incapacity, Capital Taxes, Trusts and later years planning, as well as the administration of Executry estates.
As one of the first solicitors in Scotland to complete the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners’ (STEP) formal Tax, Accountancy, Trust and Estate exams in 2009, she particularly enjoys guiding people in future proofing their estates and the set up and administration of Trusts.