Suzanna Baker

Partner
Wills, Probate and Disputed Estates

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  • Working with Janet and Suzanna has always been a very smooth process. They render advice that is practical, often going beyond what was required of them and they respond very swiftly

    Legal 500 2024

  • Suzanna Baker is very easy to work with. She has great knowledge on tricky areas and is practical and sensible

    Legal 500 2024

  • “Thank you for all your hard work and professionalism in all you have done and are doing on our behalf”

  • “I received an outstanding service from Osbornes Law in relation to the processing of a complicated overseas Will. The service provided by Suzanna Baker and Jan Atkinson was very professional, their communication was clear and concise, and I felt that they did all they could to ensure as smooth a progression through probate as could be expected."

  • “Thanks again for all your efforts, it is so much appreciated that I will be recommending Osbornes to family and friends in the future”

  • “I am emailing to let you know the Fantastic work Suzanna Baker does. She is handling the will/estate for my late Uncle. I am located in Australia, so as expected there are geographical and time differences hindering communication. In a few emails and one phone call we had sorted the whole matter out and finalised. This was impressive to say the least! All I wish is that Suzanna be recognised for her fantastic work.”

  • I received an outstanding service from Osbornes Law in relation to the processing of a complicated overseas Will. The service provided by Suzanna Baker and Jan Atkinson was very professional, their communication was clear and concise, and I felt that they did all they could to ensure as smooth a progression through probate as could be expected. I would 100% recommend this law firm.

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Education and previous experience 

Suzanna graduated from University College London with a degree in history and then completed the GDL and LPC at The College of Law in Bloomsbury.

After her studies Suzanna worked in a boutique Corporate Finance company and a global advisory firm before returning to law in 2013.

Memberships

Suzanna is a full member of the Society of Trusts and Estate Practitioners (STEP), having completed the STEP Diploma in Trusts and Estates. Suzanna has also completed the STEP Advanced Certificate in Cross-Border Estates.

Personal interests

In her spare time, Suzanna enjoys horse riding, travelling and interior design.

Suzanna provides pro-bono legal advice at the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

Suzanna's Latest Testimonials

“I received an outstanding service from...

“I received an outstanding service from Osbornes Law in relation to the processing of a complicated overseas Will. The service provided by Suzanna Baker and Jan Atkinson was very professional, their communication was clear and concise, and I felt that they did all they could to ensure as smooth a progression through probate as could be expected."

“Thank you for all your hard...

“Thank you for all your hard work and professionalism in all you have done and are doing on our behalf”

Suzanna Baker is very easy to...

Suzanna Baker is very easy to work with. She has great knowledge on tricky areas and is practical and sensible

Legal 500 2024

“I am emailing to let you...

“I am emailing to let you know the Fantastic work Suzanna Baker does. She is handling the will/estate for my late Uncle. I am located in Australia, so as expected there are geographical and time differences hindering communication. In a few emails and one phone call we had sorted the whole matter out and finalised. This was impressive to say the least! All I wish is that Suzanna be recognised for her fantastic work.”

Working with Janet and Suzanna has...

Working with Janet and Suzanna has always been a very smooth process. They render advice that is practical, often going beyond what was required of them and they respond very swiftly

Legal 500 2024

“Thanks again for all your efforts,...

“Thanks again for all your efforts, it is so much appreciated that I will be recommending Osbornes to family and friends in the future”

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