Hughes Solicitors
19 High Street
Heathfield
TN21 8LU

8:45am to 5pm
Monday to Friday
(evenings and weekend
by prior appointment)

Hughes Solicitors
19 High Street
Heathfield
TN21 8LU

8:45am to 5pm
Monday to Friday
(evenings and weekend
by prior appointment)

Welcoming a new lawyer to our private client team

9 Oct 2020 | Other news

We are delighted to welcome Sadvi Baichoo, an experienced lawyer who is joining the private client team at Hughes Solicitors in Heathfield.

Sadvi brings nearly 10 years of experience in providing private client legal advice and is highly skilled in the following areas:

Not only does Sadvi provide clear and practical advice when assisting clients to plan for the future, she often helps vulnerable clients to protect their interests in a sensitive, caring and understanding manner. She is a member of the Society of Will Writers and is partially STEP qualified, aiming to complete the STEP Diploma in Trusts and Estates (England and Wales).

‘I am very excited to have joined the excellent team at Hughes Solicitors,’ says new arrival Sadvi, ‘I have grown up in the South East of England and look forward to developing my practice further in East Sussex, especially with a firm that prides itself on the quality of client care.’

Sadvi has a friendly and personable nature, which allows her to build a good rapport with clients. Her clients have commented on her ability to explain legal jargon using plain English and praised her for providing additional support and guidance whenever required.

‘We are delighted to have Sadvi on-board,’ says private client partner Dee Benians, ‘She is an excellent addition to the team, bringing with her valuable knowledge and experience in wills, trusts and lasting powers of attorney.’

Click here to view Sadvi’s profile and find out more about her recent cases.

To contact Sadvi about making a will or creating a lasting power of attorney, please contact her on 01435 890 101 or email sadvibaichoo@hugheslaw.co.uk.

This article is for general information purposes only and does not constitute legal or professional advice. Please note that the law may have changed since the date this article was published.