Kettering solicitors firm wins prestigious Probie award!

Kettering based firm, Wilson Browne Solicitors, has won the Best Probate Law Firm award at The UK Probate Research Awards, All Things Business reports.

The UK Probate Research Awards, unofficially known as ‘The Probies’, recognises the best of the best and celebrates best practice across forensic genealogy (or heir hunting).  The awards took place at London’s DeVere Grand Connaught Rooms on 6 February 2020 and was presented by BBC’s Nikki Bedi with sponsors: National Association of Licensed Paralegals (NALP), Red Inc, Just Clear and Finders International.

Wilson Browne covers all areas of private client and commercial law with offices in Northamptonshire and Leicestershire, the article reported.  The firm advises individuals on wills, trusts, lasting powers of attorney and administering probate estates.

Neelam Maher, partner at Wilson Browne, commented: “We are delighted to have received this award, having been nominated by colleagues across the industry – it’s a fantastic recognition for the work we do and the standards we uphold.”

Other highlights included the Best Human Interest Story award-winner, Margaret Abbotts having led an extraordinary life to date. The article said, Margaret had survived The Blitz during the war, polio and after having been told she would never give birth, Margaret went on to have four children.  She inherited from a half-sister she never knew existed.

The awards also raised money for Alzheimer’s Society, a charity leading the battle against dementia, from their silent auction which raised more than £2,500 on the night.