Vulnerable Client Services Executive
Tracey joined us in 2016 and is a Fellow of the Institute of Paralegals. Prior to joining us, she worked locally for many years as a Private Client Relationship Manager and Executive. Tracey worked alongside our Senior Partner, David Harding, for a number of months until his retirement in March 2017 when she took over his court of protection practice. Her work embraces vulnerable clients within the locality of all our Heringtons offices and she has a comprehensive understanding of their needs.
Prior to her career in law, Tracey was an Independent Financial Planner and this, together with her legal experience, enables her to bring the best possible advice and outcomes to Heringtons’ clients.
For independent, professional, approachable and friendly advice on any care for the elderly matter including powers of attorney, court of protection, benefits or care funding advice, please contact Tracey May.
Outside of the office Tracey supports a number of charities and is a Trustee for The Chaseley Trust. She also enjoys spending time with friends and family, gardening, power walking and fundraising for the local charities she supports.
Client feedback on an LPA matter:-
"We very much appreciated the sympathetic manner in which you discussed with our Mother the purpose of your visit so that she could fully understand the importance of what she was agreeing to. Thank you again for your guidance and support with this very sensitive matter."
Heringtons is the trading name of Heringtons LLP which is a limited liability partnership registered in England and Wales (registered number OC374843) and which is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (registered number 569513). Registered office: Bank Chambers, High Street, Rye. TN31 7JR Our professional indemnity insurers are AmTrust Europe Limited of No 2, Minster Court, Mincing Lane, London EC3R 7BB and the territorial cover of that insurance is worldwide