Paige Regardsoe is a Solicitor in our Dispute Resolution department and is based at our Lace Market office.
Paige assists with a range of litigation disputes across several practice areas including wills and probate, property, commercial contracts, professional negligence and debt recovery. She also deals with the new business enquiries and managing client relationships.
In addition to her litigation duties, Paige is involved in the firm’s free legal advice clinics with Cotgrave Advice Centre which she attends with Partner Rebecca Emeleus, particularly enjoying the outreach these clinics provide within the local community.
Paige also enjoys participating in the firm’s business development activities as well as attending networking and marketing events. She is a part of the firm’s Staff Council and Social Committee and has also lead the Trainee Committee since September 2019.
Paige has been with the firm since 2017, completing her training contract with the firm during this time. As a trainee, Paige completed seats within our civil litigation, debt recovery and conveyancing departments. Paige qualified in April 2020 and joined our dispute resolution department as a solicitor.
“We had a very positive experience with Rothera Sharp. Once we contacted with Paige Regardsoe in the litigation department, we received swift and excellent attention to our case, thorough advice and clear actions. Throughout there was a clear focus on our position which was enormously helpful to our ability to cope with the situation. Paige was unwavering in her determination to reach a satisfactory resolution, which I'm very glad to say she achieved. Because of the quick and thorough response we would have no hesitation in recommending Rothera Sharp. ”Lucy & Matt
“Paige was very pleasant and reassuring. She advised us on how to move forward with our claim and kept us up to date with any progress. Paige fought for our claim and achieved the best possible outcome. I would definitely recommend Rothera Sharp because without Paige our money wouldn’t have been returned to us, and for that we are eternally grateful. Many Thanks, ”Jayne & Neal Stephenson
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