Susan White

Paralegal

Susan White is a Paralegal in Rotheras Debt Recovery and Family Law department.

Approach

As of June 2018 Susan has also worked in the Debt Recovery Department at the Lace Market office alongside Recoveries Manager Terhi Sygrove. She primarily liaises with clients coming in to an affordable and agreeable way to both parties in achieving repayment of their invoices in a timely manner, without the necessity of going to court and incurring further costs. If this process is not achievable then Susan is able to deal with the court processes in trying to retrieve unpaid invoices, taking into account the pre-action protocols and procedures from issuing the claim through to enforcement. This will include liaising with Tracing Agencies and High Court Enforcement Officers.

Career Highlights

  • Susan joined Sharp and Partners in 2002, prior to its merger with Rothera Dowson in 2016 to form Rothera Sharp
  • Since November 2004 she has worked as a secretary to Susan Dutto in the Family Department based at the Long Eaton office, dealing with all family matters including divorces, separation, financial issues and children matters.
  • from July 2019, Susan moved to our head office in Kayes Walk to work as a Paralegal with Jo Millward in the Family Department.

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Susan White's Experience

Qualifications

  • Susan is currently studying towards her Specialist Paralegal Qualification in Debt Recovery

Memberships & Accreditations

Susan is an Associate Member of the Institute of Paralegals

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