Mar 15 2020

Solicitors in Dunfermline, Fife, morgan law.

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Morgan lawLynsey Rintoul

Lynsey graduated from Dundee University in 2004 and after completing the Diploma in Legal Practice Lynsey undertook her training with Andrew K. Price in Kirkcaldy. As a Qualified Solicitor, she worked with Baird Company in Glenrothes and Cupar before moving to Murray Donald LLP (now merged with Thorntons Law LLP) in St Andrews and Anstruther where she held the role of Senior Solicitor in the Private Client Team, dealing with Wills, Powers of Attorney, Guardianships, Executries and Trusts before joining Morgans in November 2015 as an Associate Solicitor. Lynsey now deals with all aspects of Private Client work and Residential Conveyancing and has lived in Dunfermline for the past 6 years.

Morgan lawClaire Davidson

Claire graduated from the Robert Gordon University in 2013, and after completing the Diploma in Legal Practice and her training in Aberdeen, joined Morgans as a Qualified Solicitor in July 2016. She is primarily involved with Residential Conveyancing, but also deals with all aspects of Private Client matters. In her spare time Claire is an active member of her local bike club and enjoys hill walking and swimming.

Morgan lawLorraine Stevens

Lorraine has worked in the legal profession for over 33 years, working previously for a local firm of Solicitors in Dunfermline. Lorraine joined Morgans at the end of October 2016. She qualified as a Residential Paralegal from the University of Strathclyde in 2005 and is a Grade 1 Paralegal under the Law Society of Scotland Registered Paralegal Scheme and a Fellow Member of the Institute of Paralegals. In her spare time, Lorraine enjoys spending time with her family and travelling.

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