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Lucy Speed

Associate Solicitor - Court of Protection Department


Lucy's Teams

Court of Protection


Profile/Experience

Following a degree in History, Lucy completed the Graduate Diploma in Law in 2011 and the Legal Practice Course in 2012. She qualified in September 2014. 

Lucy specialises in Court of Protection work and is based at the Shrewsbury office.

Away from the office, Lucy is a qualified swimming instructor and often spends time at weekends teaching.

Legal 500 Recommendation

Lucy is recommended in the 2017 edition of The Legal 500.

Client Testimonials

Dealing with one person when possible. Clear, simple advice.

- Mrs S A Flynn, London

All staff were polite, efficient and professional. Advice was clear and informative. I like the fact that everyone explained legalities with clarity.

- Mrs L Draycott, Oswestry

You do what you say you are going to do within an estimated timescale

- Mrs Lewis, Bromyard

Competence and detailed legal knowledge.

- Mr S Martin & Mrs R Martin, Shrewsbury

She and her team were amazing and without fault during our house purchase. I couldn't imagine us using anyone else in the future. The team will be easy to recommend.

- Mr Roberts, Shrewsbury

Client Quotes

Excellent, friendly, positive and extremely helpful. Nothing too much trouble - a job well done.

- Mrs P Moore, Mrs S Price

Politeness, clarity of information.

- Mr C Pudge, Worcester

I had requested information and advice from various other solicitors prior to calling Lanyon Bowdler and found that she was the only one to take the time and explain how the Help to Buy ISA worked.

- Mr M Shaw & Miss G Frankfort, Market Drayton

Everyone was kind and understanding, she was brilliant - explained every part of the procedure. Totally recommend Lanyon Bowdler's services.

- Mrs A Harris, Ludlow

Competence and detailed legal knowledge.

- Mr S Martin & Mrs R Martin, Shrewsbury

Latest Case Study

04 Oct 2018

Lady Lacking Capacity has Cash Withdrawn by Family Member

W was an elderly lady who lacked capacity to manage her financial affairs. She had been admitted to a care home follo...