Margaret Taylor's Retirement

We are bidding farewell to Margaret Taylor as she retires after a career as a solicitor of over 40 years.

Margaret qualified as a solicitor 1979 and has always worked in firms in the West Norfolk area throughout her long and varied career. Margaret deals with a range of work from wills and probate to complex Court of Protection work where she acts as Deputy for many vulnerable people and those with mental health issues or disabilities. She has built a fantastic reputation for dealing with difficult and sensitive matters and is known for helping clients in any way that she can. Margaret will continue working as a consultant for the firm and will continue to act as Deputy/Attorney for many of her clients.

During Margaret’s career she has also co-written a book in relation to how the law relates to older people, one of the first books to written on such an area.

Sarah Gregory, Head of Probate, says “Margaret will be sorely missed, the knowledge and experience that she has is second to none. She is a valued member of the team at MCP and we are delighted that she will continue as a consultant at the firm”.

MCP wishes Margaret a long and happy retirement, and thanks her for hard work and dedication to the firm, and to the legal profession.