Private client specialist Helen Robins has returned to Morecrofts Solicitors.
Robins left Morecrofts last year following a ten-year spell to join Hodge Halsall Solicitors, but has now returned to the firm she calls ‘home’ to lead its Court of Protection team.
Based primarily at the firm’s Crosby office, Robins specialises in representing clients who no longer have the capacity to handle their own affairs and require support with financial planning, benefits arrangements, care services or housing provision.
Her return is a further boost to the private client team at Morecrofts following the recent promotion of Maureen Holloway to associate solicitor and the appointment of three new trainee solicitors.
“To work and succeed in this area of law, you need genuine passion and compassion and we are regularly called upon to help with all manner of issues affecting a client’s life, from reorganising their finances to finding a new home for their cat.
“I don’t know of any firm that has those qualities more in abundance than Morecrofts and I’m thrilled to be coming home. The team has grown and evolved even in the short time I’ve been away due to our burgeoning reputation as one of the best private client practices around.
“I’m looking forward to further enhancing that position and ensuring the best possible outcomes for every one of our clients.”
Alison Lobb, managing partner at Morecrofts Solicitors, added:
“Helen is one of the most skilled Court of Protection lawyers in the region, so when we saw there was an opportunity for her to come back, we didn’t hesitate.
“Our private client team has won many awards and accolades for its personal, caring approach when clients are at their most vulnerable and Helen’s return will only make that service even stronger.”