Deborah qualified as a solicitor in March 1999 and has specialised, since then, in all aspects of personal and corporate insolvency. Deborah deals mainly with office holder claims identifying recoveries to be made for the benefit of the insolvent estate.
Deborah returns to Howes Percival where her legal career started, as a trainee solicitor in 1997, via the merger of niche insolvency practice, summers nigh law, with Howes Percival in June 2017.
- 2017 - Present: Howes Percival LLP, Partner
- 2006 - 2017: Summers Nigh Law LLP, Partner
- 1999 - 2006: EMW Law LLP, Solicitor/Associate
- 1997 - 1999: Howes Percival, Trainee/Solicitor
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