Sarah Soo

Associate Solicitor

Sarah Soo is a Wills and Probate specialist at Nottingham-based law firm Rotheras Solicitors and has specialised in private client work since she began her career. Sarah is currently based in our Wollaton office

Specialisms

Wills, Probate and Trusts
Powers of Attorney
Court of Protection

Approach

Sarah can provide expert legal advice and services on a wide range of matters covering the creation and administration of wills, powers of attorney, court of protection and estates. She is also a fully accredited member of Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE).

Sarah provides a caring and sympathetic approach to clients and explains things clearly and simply to ensure that clients understand and receive the service that they expect. Sarah is based at our Wollaton office just outside Nottingham city centre.

Sarah has over 10 years’ experience as a Wills and Probate solicitor.

Career Highlights

  • In 2006 Sarah joined McKinnells as a trainee solicitor before qualifying as a solicitor in 2008
  • Sarah worked as an associate solicitor in Wills and Probate at Chatterton-McKinnells between 2013 and 2015
  • Joined Rotheras in 2015 and became an Associate in 2017

Testimonials

“Excellent service from start to finish. Very easy and friendly staff to talk to from the moment we walked in. Top rate service, highly recommended. ”
Marrianne Ashton
“The service was exceptional in every way, and deserves to be recommended. All aspects of my will were dealt with to the highest standard. ”
Rosemary Brooks
“Sarah took the lead in managing the complexities of probate and inheritance tax. She guided me through the process and kept me up to date as things progressed. She took the stress out of dealing with mum's estate. ”
Carol Milligan
“This modification to my original will was handled efficiently and ably by Sarah Soo. She was pleasant and kind and explained the procedure with ease and aplomb. Appointments were made without difficulty and it was simple to go to the nearest Rothera Sharp office. A (relatively) simple task well executed. Many thanks. ”
Dorothy Bell
“A very positive experience, very professional, extremely efficient but very warm and friendly. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend Rothera Sharp and especially Sarah Soo to anyone. ”
Brian and Jill Holdsworth
“Excellent professional service received from Sarah Soo. Inspired confidence in us of her knowledge of legal issues and her professional detachment whilst working to ensure that all parties were fairly represented. ”
Julia Davison
“Very helpful and friendly, extensive knowledge, everything clearly explained, very satisfied. ”
Richard and Mary Cook
“Myself and my partner were a little oblivious to the importance of having a will. After many conversations with a close friend, she put us in touch with Rothera Sharp. Sarah, the lady who helped us talked us through everything we needed to know and within no time at all our wills were drafted and in place. Very helpful and efficient. ”
Laura Dale
“Sarah Soo was extremely warm and welcoming; she dealt with me sensitively and efficiently. I would thoroughly recommend her to anyone writing their will, especially elderly folk! ”
Brian Attewell
“I found Sarah to be helpful, personable and professional in all my dealings with her. ”
Peter Cartwright
“We found Sarah Soo to be very professional, competent and approachable and would not hesitate to use Rothera Sharp in the future. ”
Jennifer Watson
“We were treated with charm, clarity and professional competence, making this a pleasant experience. ”
R.G. Jones

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Sarah Soo's Experience

Qualifications

  • Sarah obtained her law degree at Sheffield Hallam University in 2004
  • Completed the legal practice course (LPC) at Sheffield University in 2006

Memberships & Accreditations

The Law Society Private Client Section
Fully accredited member of Solicitors for the Elderly

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