Amy Nunn Associate
Ince Bristol's Private Client team expansion with new solicitor and trainee legal executive appointed
Thriving international law firm Ince adds to its Bristol Private Client team with the appointment of a new associate solicitor and trainee legal executive.
Amy Nunn has qualified into the Private Client department of Ince and will be based at the firm’s Portishead office in the heart of North Somerset. Amy will specialise in drafting wills, preparing and registering lasting powers of attorney and guiding clients through the probate and estate administration process.
“I am delighted to be part of Ince in Bristol and joining its well-established Private Client team. I am looking forward to working with clients and assisting them to make important decisions about their families’ future.”
Amy initially joined Ince as a paralegal after graduating from the University of the West of England with a First Class Honours degree in Law in 2017. Whilst with the firm, she completed the Legal Practice course with Distinction in 2019 before commencing her training contract and qualifying as a solicitor in March this year.
Cherry Stuckey, Head of Private Client in Portishead adds:
“Amy is a welcome addition to a busy team and will continue to be popular amongst our clients for her compassionate and friendly approach. I look forward to working with her and providing our clients with the best possible advice, expertise and service.”
Mili Sandifer-Smith joins our Family department as a trainee legal executive as she completes her CILEx qualification. Mili worked for our Private Client team previously, and is an excellent example of internal progression opportunities available at Ince.
Kerry Graham, Partner and Head of Family comments:
“We’re delighted to have Mili join our family team. She has a wealth of experience dealing with clients as well as an empathetic demeanour. I know she will be an excellent first point of contact for clients who require advice regarding relationship breakdown, asset protection and matrimonial finances.”