Christine Page - Accredited Specialist for a 23rd Year
Our Christine Page has retained accredited specialist status with the Law Society of NSW in Wills & Estates for the 23rd year.
The Specialist Accreditation program consists of meticulous assessments on both legal knowledge and its application in practice. For accreditation to be conferred the candidate must pass all assessments.
To retain their accreditation, specialists must demonstrate their commitment to their accreditation through their work and by undertaking additional professional development in their area of accreditation. Specialist Accreditation Chair, Richard Harvey, said:
“Specialist Accreditation is held by less than 6% of the profession here in New South Wales. We are proud that Specialist Accreditation is such a rigorous process and getting accredited is just the start. When a specialist retains their accreditation year on year their clients know the value of the advice they receive.”
In fact, there are only 60 Accredited Specialists in Wills and Estates in New South Wales. So what does this mean for you?
Although the focus of Christine’s practice is on assisting clients with their estate planning needs and on providing tailored advice and documents to cover each client’s individual circumstances, she can also assist in other estate related areas.
Christine’s extensive experience and knowledge enable her to provide advice and structure practical solutions in regard to disputes between beneficiaries and/or executors and to administer and manage estates with all their related complexities and difficulties.
So please join us in congratulating Christine on her 23rd year of being an Accredited Specialist.