Debbie completed both the LLB in 2011 and the LPC part-time at Manchester Metropolitan in 2013, graduating from the LLB with a 2:1 and the LPC with a Merit and a Certificate of Commendable Practice.
Debbie has volunteered at Salford Young Offenders Team for 7 years as a Restorative Justice Mediator and a Referral Panel Member and continues to be active in this role. Debbie took her first legal position in 2013 Burton Copeland as a fee-earner in criminal law. Debbie completed further academic study in Mental Health Awareness and then she went on to head up a busy Negligence Department at Stanton Fisher Lawyer in 2014. Debbie took her first Court of Protection position at Hugh Jones Solicitors in Salford in 2017.
Debbie joined Linder Myers Solicitors in January 2018 as a Court of Protection Executive. Debbie specialises in new deputyship work and makes routine applications to the COP for deputyship, lay deputyship, gifts and appointment of trustees. Debbie also completes deputyship reports for lay deputies and outside organisations.
Debbie having had a successful career in business development has become the relationship manager for most of the large organisations we now work with and routinely provides training for local authorities and not for profit organisations on deputyship standards and reporting.
Debbie manages all aspects of busy caseload of deputyship clients that include dementia, road traffic accidents, complex autism, frailty and learning difficulties.
Education: LLB 2:1 2011
Qualifications: LPC Merit and Certificate on Commendable Practice 2013
Debbie enjoys swimming, eating out, festivals, holidays, spending time outdoors.
Debbie Morrell-Williams – Court of Protection
“Thank you for all your efforts. We are absolutely delighted with the outcome. We don't know how you managed to negotiate the reduced rate but we are very glad you did. We can sit back and relax a bit now”