Experience & Background
After graduating from Oxford Brookes University with a 2:1 (hons) Law degree, Sarah completed her Legal Practice Course at the Oxford Institute of Legal Practice. Sarah qualified as a solicitor in 2016 with a Norfolk law firm and joined Spire Solicitors LLP in February 2017. Sarah is also a fully accredited member of the SFE.
Sarah has specialised in a broad range of private client matters since qualifying, including estate administrations, wills, estate planning, trusts and lasting powers of attorney.
In her spare time, Sarah enjoys travelling, socialising with friends, reading, watching period dramas and gardening.
Special thanks to Sarah. On matters which I did not wish to have to address in my life all assistance was very kind and comprehensive.
Sarah Fiddy provided excellent advice and was extremely empathetic on what was a very difficult and sensitive matter.
Sarah Fiddy made the whole transaction easy and seamless.
From the beginning I received a first class service from the solicitor, her secretary on the handling of the required affairs, and also by the receptionist in passing on messages.
An excellent, personal and professional service. Thank you Sarah and Sharon.
Thank you Sarah Fiddy, I am very grateful for all that has been done for me.
Sarah Fiddy is always kind, helpful and courteous.
I would like to say I have been very satisfied with all aspects of the prompt and efficient assistance I have been given by Miss Sarah Fiddy and by each member of your staff with whom I have come into contact during the making of my will.
Sarah Fiddy was very pleasant and professional.
Everyone I have dealt with – Sarah, Ann, Craig, secretaries and reception staff – have all been excellent. Many thanks!
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