Dixon Stewart are delighted to welcome Victoria Elford a Chartered Legal Executive to the team at Dixon Stewart. .
Originally from Broadstone in Dorset, Victoria studied Politics at Loughborough University before working in the public sector for ten years as a Further Education funding manager.
In 2004 Victoria embarking upon a major career change and fulfilled her ambition to join the legal profession and qualified as a Lawyer in 2009.
Victoria specialises in both basic and complex Wills as well as Lasting Powers of Attorney. She also has a particular interest in Court of Protection Deputyship Orders, and has significant experience of Personal Welfare applications for vulnerable and disabled adults as well as Property and Financial Deputyships.
Victoria lives locally and has worked in the town of Christchurch for many years building a reputation as a friendly, clear speaking but thorough lawyer, who enjoys meeting and helping people.
Victoria is based in the Highcliffe office of Dixon Stewart but she is happy to visit her clients at home if they are unable to access the Highcliffe office.
Victoria enjoys time with her young family and friends, spending time on the water and also likes to do yoga.
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