Rianne Wilcockson-Coope LL.B (Hons)

Direct Dial: 01226 215299 | E-mail: rwilcockson@mkbsolicitors.co.uk

Having completed her Law Degree and the Legal Practice Course at the University of Sheffield, Rianne began her career with MKB Solicitors in 2014 as a Trainee Solicitor working in the fields of Private Client, Conveyancing and Litigation.

Following her successful training, Rianne qualified as a Solicitor in 2016 and specialises in Private Client work. Rianne has built a strong reputation for drafting Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney, and for administering Estates and Trusts. Her Private Client work also encompasses drafting Court of Protection applications and providing tax planning advice. Rianne has quickly gained experience in this area, having successfully advised and represented clients on over 500 Wills and Probate matters since qualifying.

Rianne has carved out a particular niche in dealing with Conveyancing transactions arising in the course of Private Client work, for example, property sales arising from an estate.

Rianne is professional and yet caring which are vital characteristics to work in her field. She prides herself on providing advice in a straight forward and friendly manner in what are usually sensitive circumstances for her clients.

Rianne is a passionate Dementia activist and a Dementia Champion. She delivers courses to individuals and organisations to raise awareness of Dementia and trains them to become Dementia Friendly.

Client Comments: –

“It has been a complete pleasure to deal with Rianne and she made the emotional and painful process very easy”.

“Easy to make appointment, good car parking facilities, good receptionist.  No waiting, everything on time.  We were not rushed and Rianne was extremely pleasant and certainly knew what she was talking about.  Whilst this kind of thing…………… is not normally an enjoyable experience, we can honestly say that we were treated with the greatest respect and understanding”.

“Rianne was pleasant, courteous and efficient in my dealing with her”.