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Lauren Booth

About Lauren Booth

Lauren joined Mitchells Roberton in January 2015. She graduated from Glasgow University with an Honours degree in law in 2008 and thereafter completed her Diploma in Legal Practice at the Graduate School of Law in 2009. Before starting her traineeship in September 2011 with Wright Johnston & Mackenzie Lauren went travelling visiting amongst other countries, India, Nepal, China, Chile, Argentina and Bolivia experiencing the wonders of The Great Wall of China, the Amazon and Machu Picchu. Yet Millport still remains her favourite holiday destination of all. Her traineeship was a general one and when she left Wright Johnston & Mackenzie in 2013 she joined Friels Solicitors in Uddingston as a newly qualified assistant specialising in conveyancing and private client work. Here at Mitchells Roberton Lauren is part of our Private Client Department preparing Wills, Powers of Attorney, handling the administration of estates and administering trusts. She has an easy manner and is friendly and approachable. She enjoys getting to know her clients and is committed to helping them with any legal issues they may have.Currently Lauren is studying for the STEP Diploma in Trusts and Estates-Scotland and has passed her first exam Wills and Executries – Law and Practice with Distinction, her second exam Trusts-Law and Practice and her third exam Trust and Executry Accounting. Lauren loves to read, walk and sample Indian cuisine. Email: lnh@mitchells-roberton.co.uk

A German Prisoner of War left £384,000 in his will to the Perthshire village of Comrie

Heinrich Steinmeyer , a member of Hitler’s Waffen SS  was only  19 when he was captured in Normandy shortly after  D-Day, in August 1944. He was classed with a C designation which meant he was considered a hard-line Nazi, completely … More

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Over 50s plan an average of £51,000 pension giveaway

Saga Investment Services between 24th and 25th June 2016, with the help of Populus, a member of the British Polling Council, carried out a survey of over 50s who hold a private ‘defined contribution’ pension and  are currently using flexible … More

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