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+44 (0)1733 887675
kjpellington-woodrow@greenwoodsgrm.co.uk

Kerri Pellington-Woodrow

Partner

Kerri has a passion for delivering the highest quality of service to clients and prides herself on being intuitive to the needs of each individual.

Kerri spent nearly ten years at a large national law firm before she joined Greenwoods GRM in March 2015.

Kerri is based in our Peterborough office and advises on a broad spectrum of matters including the preparation of Wills, tax and succession planning, the formation and administration of trusts, the administration of estates and lasting and enduring powers of attorney.

Kerri also has a wealth of experience in advising professional and lay Deputies, making applications to the Court of Protection and acting on behalf of clients who lack mental capacity.

Kerri enjoys the opportunity to develop lasting relationships with individual clients and families. As a result she better understands their needs and wishes and can help them to successfully achieve their aims. Kerri applies her excellent technical knowledge and creative thinking skills to each different scenario to ensure the best outcome is achieved.

Kerri passed her STEP Diploma in Trusts and Estates in December 2012 and is a fully qualified member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners.

Kerri is currently studying sign language and passed British Sign Language (BSL) level 2 in July 2017.  She is now completing her BSL level 3.

Legal 500 recommendations 2017:

Greenwoods Solicitors LLP is known for providing ‘a personal service that is thorough and cost-effective’. Clients highlight Kerri Pellington-Woodrow, who ‘always makes absolutely certain that the right thing is done.’

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