Coral joined Harrisons in 1994 as a personal assistant to William Cooke, the then Senior Partner and under his tutelage gained valuable experience in agricultural property and private client matters.
In June 2008 Coral qualified as a Paralegal specialising in private client work and in particular Wills, Powers of Attorney and Administration of Estates. She is a Member of the Society of Specialist Paralegals.
Over the past 21 years Coral has got to know many of the long established Welshpool and local Powys families and is well regarded by her clients for her straightforward but sympathetic and compassionate approach when advising clients with the more sensitive issues of drawing up Wills and Powers of Attorney. As a result of this her clientele continues to increase.
In her leisure time Coral is either growing organic vegetables on the family allotment or following her passion for cooking.
“We have used Harrisons for many years and have always had excellent service, thank you.”
“Everyone was polite and cheerful. I was worried about speaking to someone but I was put at ease.”
“The customer care was excellent with everyone I dealt with. They were very kind and caring and gave very informative advice which allowed me to make the right choice.”
“We were dealt with kindly and reassured that we would be helped in all aspects to get the documents registered to make our lives easier.”
“Efficient informative discussions. Really carefully explained to ensure understanding.”
“Coral used words that I at 82 years was able to understand and the work was done in 2 weeks.”
“Very helpful and we learned alot.”
“I was very grateful to both members of staff for their advice and especially to Coral for coming to the house when I was unable to come to the office.”
“I have always found Coral very approachable on the delicate matter of making a will. I have made several with her.”
“I have always found the staff approachable in the years I have dealt with Harrisons. The staff make it easier to understand the legal side.”