Eleanor Robinson is a Wills, Probate and Trusts specialist at Nottingham-based law firm Rotheras Solicitors and is based at our West Bridgford office.
Wills, Probate and Trusts
Powers of Attorney
Court of Protection
Eleanor is part of one of the largest wills & probate departments in the region and can provide expert legal advice and services on a wide range of matters covering creating new wills and trusts, drafting and registering powers of attorney, dealing with the administration of estates and making deputyship applications.
Eleanor works closely with clients to ensure they have the answers they need and that their wishes are carried out and family and loved ones are properly provided for.
Eleanor is an Associate Solicitor at Rotheras and has over five years’ experience in private client work, specialising in Wills and Probate.
“An efficient and professional service conducted by approachable and friendly staff. Would recommend this company for will writing services. ”John Barratt
“Could not have been more satisfied in the way my case was handled. Thanks to Eleanor for the excellent way she treated me throughout. ”Douglas Bray
“The will of my late aunt was administered in a very professional manner and the service I received was second to none. ”Jeffrey Major
“Professional but friendly advice and support received. Eleanor was incredibly patient with us whilst we made important decisions. Thank you. ”Matthew and Jayne Duggleby
“Eleanor Robinson at Rothera Sharp helped me to turn around a probate application really quickly after my father passed away. She was friendly, clear, quick to answer emails and extremely efficient - taking the stress out of the process during a difficult time. ”Meesha Nehru
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