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Holly joins Harrison Drury’s private client team in Lancaster


Harrison Drury has appointed wills and estates specialist Holly Radcliffe to strengthen our ‘Home and Family’ services in Lancaster.

Holly joins us from her previous role as ‘private client’ solicitor with Simpson Millar. Prior to that, she was employed by JWK Solicitors, where she started her legal training.

Based at our Lancaster office, Holly will also cover wills, inheritance, and estate services for the firm’s Garstang office.

She specialises in all non-contentious matters including the drafting of wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney and the administration of estates.

Clare Fleming, head of the private client team, said: “Holly’s appointment will help us to establish Harrison Drury as the place to go for private client advice and support in the Lancaster region. As well as her professional skills, Holly’s background and experience in the rural sector is a great asset to the firm.”

Holly lives on her family’s farm near Lancaster which has a fishing lake, caravan site, tearoom and garden nursery. She spends much of her spare time helping out on the farm.

She added: “Harrison Drury has an excellent local reputation for providing outstanding client care. Its strong ties with the rural community perfectly complement my passion and love of rural life.”

Pictured above left to right : Clare Fleming, head of Harrison Drury’s private client team and Holly Radcliffe

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