Joseph specialises in non-contentious private client work, including drafting wills, preparing powers of attorney and assisting with the administration of estates. He also works on contentious matters, for example contesting wills and advising on disputes between personal representatives of estates.
Joseph has been described by his clients as “personable, helpful and efficient” as well as “very professional, and very quick”.
Education and Previous Experience
Joseph studied Law at the University of Birmingham and graduated in 2010 with a 2:1. He completed his LPC at Nottingham Law School in 2014, gaining a distinction. Joseph joined Osbornes Law in 2014. He trained at Osbornes and qualified as a solicitor in September 2018.
After graduating from the University of Birmingham, Joseph worked in finance in Nottingham, his home town, and London. During this period he developed excellent interpersonal and analytical skills, including a keen eye for detail.
Outside of work Joseph is a long-distance runner and he also plays squash and football. He enjoys watching live music, travelling and scuba diving.
Since joining Osbornes Law Joseph has raised money for several charities by getting involved with and organising fundraising events, including organising bake sales and raffles and taking part in endurance events.