Three solicitors have been made partners at Wiltshire law firm Wansbroughs. Sarah Alexander works in the residential property department, while Kathryn Smith Cowap and Jennifer Vooght are both private client specialists.
Sarah is a highly experienced solicitor who specialises in all types of residential property work.
She joined Wansbroughs in 2011 and, said the firm, her expertise has been greatly appreciated bringing a wealth of knowledge to the residential team. Kathryn Smith Cowap joined the firm in 2008 and specialises in all aspects of wills, trusts, tax and estate planning for individuals, trustees and executors.
Kathryn also has a great depth of experience in relation to the administration of estates including those based solely in the UK as well as those involving assets held abroad.
Kathryn was recently recognised within the Legal 500 as “one to watch”. Jennifer Vooght joined the firm in 2007 and advises on a broad range of matters including Wills, tax planning, the administration of estates and trusts as well as issues affecting clients as they grow older such as care home fees and lasting powers of attorney.
Jennifer was recommended within Legal 500 and was recently awarded the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) Diploma in Trusts and Estates with Distinction. This qualification is widely regarded as a mark of excellence in the profession. The firm has also promoted two lawyers to associate solicitor status.
Josh Taylor focuses on dispute resolution for both businesses and individuals and Katie Raybould undertakes a wide range of residential property matters. Stuart McGregor-Johnson, chairman of Wansbroughs, said: “The partners at Wansbroughs are delighted to recognise their valuable contribution.
"Their hard work in delivering exceptional service to our clients is appreciated and we wish them continued success in their new roles in the firm.”