Two solicitors welcomed to Humphries Kirk Crewkerne offices
With offices in Somerset and Dorset, law firm Humphries Kirk has welcomed two new solicitors to its Crewkerne offices, enhancing its private client team.
Completing her training contract with the firm, Abigail Doggrell qualified into the private client department in October. She provides advice for clients on various matters such as wills, lasting powers of attorney, administration of estates, as well as management of general affairs.
Kelly Taylor qualified as a solicitor with a Bournemouth-based firm in 2009, and started at Humphries Kirk in October. She similarly specialises in private client affairs such as tax planning, trusts, Court of Protection applications and protection of assets.
Commending the pair on their new positions was Laura Staples. The Associate Solicitor and team leader for Somerset private client matters, commented: “We’re very pleased to have a strong and dynamic team at our Crewkerne office. We look forward to working together with new and existing clients from across Somerset.”
Head of the private client department Simon Cross also commented on the positive impact Kelly and Abigail would bring to the firm: “We are delighted to welcome two new members to the private client team and grow the firm’s offering in Crewkerne. The recruitment of Kelly and Abigail further shows our commitment to Somerset and our desire to give expert advice in relation to a number of legal matters which personally affect the public.”