Alison Richardson is a member of the wills, trust & probate team based at our Mapperley office.
Preparing & registering Lasting Powers of Attorney
Alison has a wealth of knowledge and experience in wills, probate and trusts.
Alison drafts and prepares wills and lasting powers of attorney, which she began doing in 2012 after studying a CILEX diploma in Wills & Probate.
Alison is known for her sympathetic yet down to earth approach with clients.
“Friendly and helpful, made the experience a breeze. ”L Franks
“Alison was very helpful and listened carefully to my needs and explained everything I needed to know. ”Sheila Greaves-Lord
“Alison was helpful, charming, informative and easy to talk to. ”Ian Manning
“We used Rothera Sharp to make our wills through the Will Aid scheme. The service we received was prompt, professional and comprehensive. I would recommend Rothera Sharp in the future. Satisfied customer! ”Georgina Piggott
“My wife and I have been clients since 1968 when we sold our first house, then again in 2006 when we sold our second house. Now we are a lot older we have both made our wills. The service has been excellent. ”Mr and Mrs Sansome
“I have received an excellent, professional service and I would highly recommend Rothera Sharp to friends/family colleagues. Thank you. ”J Cotterill
“The people who dealt with us were all very professional and friendly, and obviously knew their area of expertise extremely well. We have no hesitation in recommending their services. ”Ian Robinson
“Professional and understanding towards a very stressful situation. Maintained regular contact and nothing was too much trouble. ”Amanda Draper
“Fabulous service with brilliant advice to assist me with the stress of divorce. Alison was extremely efficient and my preferred communication (in my case text and emails) gave me the confidence to manage my affairs. Many many thanks. ”Beverley Dickinson
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Posted on 20/07/2021
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Posted on 19/07/2021