“Under difficult circumstances, both with this pandemic and our own personal journey having recently lost my mum, Ian Beavon was an absolute star. He displayed the utmost professionalism, was proactive, offered sage advice at all times, and always delivered on his promises. Ian was also flexible enough to receive documents outside of working hours to ensure that timescales were adhered to. Whilst one always expects a professional service Ian and the team …were simply exceptional….”.
Ian offers an empathetic and personal approach to his clients and his mantra is to strive to “treat the person at the other side of the desk the same way he would hope that he, his family or friends would be treated.” Satisfied clients often return in times of difficulty if they feel they have been treated well … Ian always wants his clients to come back.
- In early 2022 Ian managed to register an Enduring Power of Attorney at super quick speed so that the family could complete the sale of a property and ensure there were continuing funds for professional care of a loved one;
- Assisted a sole surviving, deeply grieving family member through the probate process, relieving him fully of the burdens that go hand in hand with it. Unusually, the job included the replacement of a fence blown down in storm damage and the removal of numerous religious artefacts stored in the garden.
Ian studied Modern Languages at the University of Aberystwyth, obtaining an Honours Degree in 1989. After then completing a 2-year Graduate Training Scheme with an Insurer in Milton Keynes, Ian then returned home to Birmingham where he gained experience in Personal Lines Insurance, Financial Services, and thereafter Liability Claims, prompting him to retrain as a Legal Executive. He was admitted as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives in 2002 and gained considerable experience as a Personal Injury Lawyer before changes in the law prompted him to diversify and retrain in Private Client law.
Ian has been doing Private Client work since 2017 and enjoys doing precisely what he did when working as a Personal Injury lawyer, i.e. looking after vulnerable people.
Ian loves music, theatre and enjoys going to concerts and has performed with a number of amateur dramatic societies over the years.
Ian completed a course on Coronial Law in 2022 and is presently studying to qualify as a Civil Celebrant.
He offers an empathetic and personal approach to his clients.