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Kayleigh Brown, Solicitor

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Kayleigh Brown

Kayleigh qualified as a Solicitor in 2019 and works within the Private Client team at our office in Leicester.

She has over 4 years experience advising clients on Wills, LPAs, Probate, Estate Administration and a range of Tax and Trust issues.

Kayleigh prides herself on being friendly and approachable as she believes it is important to get to know her clients in order to provide them with the best possible advice.

Kayleigh is a Dementia Friend which is an Alzheimer’s Society’s programme designed to change people’s perceptions of dementia. Dementia is something which is very close to her heart and therefore she understands the need for clients to get their affairs in order, whilst they are still in a position to do so.

Awards and Accreditations

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    • I would return to Wilson Browne for all my future legal needs.  Great service professional, compassionate and kind

      Mrs G.

      *****

    • I had a telephone conversation to talk about my Will. It was very professionally done made me feel at ease straight away. I also had a problem with my Will, entirely my fault, it was dealt with no fuss, no bother, which made me not worry about it. Brilliant service.

      Mrs R

      *****

    • Friendly, always responded to my queries in a timely manner. Thorough and professional and gave advice that I would not have thought of myself

      Mrs A.

      *****

    • "Just wanted to say how great my experience was with Kayleigh at the Leicester branch. We had a declaration of trust prepared with a hassle free experience. Kayleigh was friendly, helpful, and competent from the initial phone call. There was no pressure to use their services and a welcoming attitude. The process was simple. Emails, calls, and one face to face meeting. Thoroughly recommended!

      Mr Kingsley Acton

      *****

    • Most efficient, professional and easy to understand.  We thought it would be a little daunting to make a will, but we were taken through it slowly and things were explained so that it was understood.

      Bob

      *****