I am a Solicitor specialising in residential conveyancing in not only urban but also rural environments. Carrying out my training contract in Devon has ensured I have been exposed to many of the potential issues that can be found in property matters at an early stage in my career.
Devon offers a vast range of property types ranging from redbrick terraced houses to leasehold flats and quirky properties such as listed buildings and agricultural small holdings.
Working in a rural part of England has already led me to act on a number of transfers of part where I have enjoyed the idea of creating my stamp on the property world by creating new titles and having to think about and register new rights and reservations required between the property being bought and carved out of the retained land.
While carrying out my work, I aim to provide a friendly service while maximising the benefits of technology to ensure I carry out the work in an efficient manner. I strive to ensure my clients are left having had a positive and stress-free experience while being kept informed from start to finish.
While carrying out my training contract, I was fortunate enough to have been offered a 3-month secondment with McMillan Williams Solicitors.
During that period, I took part in the infamous Advocacy Competition which pitted all trainees and paralegals at McMillan Williams Solicitors against each other in a well thought out knock-out competition. It was a great experience and showed me what a great firm McMillan Williams Solicitors is, particularly in how it encourages the development of their young staff for the future. Something I was keen to become a part of once qualified.