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Sorcha McGillycuddy

Sorcha McGillycuddy

Solicitor

T: 020 7842 1472 (DDI)
T: 020 7583 2222
E: sorcha.mcgillycuddy@roydswithyking.com

Sorcha is a solicitor in the Private Client team in London. She joined our Private Client team as a paralegal in 2015 and qualified as a solicitor in 2019. She has assisted in a number of matters including Wills, probate, estate administration and mental capacity.



About Sorcha

Sorcha studied Business Management at the University of Glasgow and then completed the Graduate Diploma in Law at City University. She completed the Legal Practice Course at the College of Law in March 2018 and qualified as a solicitor in 2019.

In her spare time Sorcha enjoys running, reading, playing backgammon and cooking.

Practice areas

Work highlights

• Estate administration
Assisting with the administration of a complex estate worth circa £10m involving business assets, multiple bank and building society accounts as well as various life assurance policies.

Working with such a dedicated and professional team has given me a good insight into providing a high level of service to our clients while remaining friendly and approachable.

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