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Amy Arnold

Probate Solicitor, Bristol
Amy Arnold

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Amy Arnold is a Solicitor specialising in Probate and Estate Administration at Co-op Legal Services, based in Bristol.

Amy has a wide variety of experience in Probate and Estate Administration matters, and prides herself on being able to relieve the burden faced by clients at a difficult time.

Amy is happy for clients when she finalises an Estate allowing closure for the client and their families.


“I realise that the appointment of a particular case handler is arbitrary, but I want to say that in pairing me with Amy Arnold, I don’t think you could have done any better. She handled everything with total professionalism, yet with amazing warmth and friendship, and ensured that the all-important lines of communications between us were never compromised during the eight months it took to finalise.” Mr B, Plymouth

Career History

Amy graduated from the University of the West of England, Bristol in 2011. She joined Co-op Legal Services in 2012 working full-time whilst studying the Legal Practice Course part-time at the Bristol Institute of Legal Practice.

Amy qualified as a Solicitor in 2017 having completed her Training Contract at Co-op Legal Services. Amy’s training involved assisting Senior Solicitors in the Probate Department, as well as training in the Family Law Department specialising in legal separation and divorce money matters.

Professional Memberships

Solicitors Regulation Authority

When Not Working

Amy is a senior dancer at the Angel School of Dance, Chepstow, and regularly participates in events to raise money for local charities.

Amy took part in the Co-op Legal Services charity bike ride 'Angel to Aztec' in 2013 (cycling from our Manchester office to our Bristol office) and also in the 'Aztec to Angel' ride in 2014 to raise money for our nominated charity partner.

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