My career in Conveyancing started way back in 2005. Having completed my studying at The University of Southampton, followed by a period of study at the College of Law in Guildford, I embarked on my first legal role as a paralegal. Not really sure where my qualification would take me, I was soon thrown into the turbulent world of conveyancing. I worked in this area of law for a number of years, throughout my training to qualify as a Solicitor. In 2007, on qualification I transferred to crime and worked as a local duty Solicitor for a number of years. In 2016, I decided I’d given my time to the “Criminal World” and returned to where it had all started as a Residential Conveyancing Solicitor.
Having grown up locally, I initially worked for a local firm for a number of years before joining Belcher Frost in 2020 to head up their Conveyancing team.
I have had experience dealing with a variety of property matters and have helped a range of clients with their conveyancing needs. My experience ranges from assisting First Time Buyers to understand the complexities of taking that first step on the property ladder to those at the end of their conveyancing journey buying their retirement home. Each and every transaction requires time and care be taken and there is no better feeling than getting the transaction over the finishing line.
Outside of work I try and spend as much time as I can with my family and friends. I enjoy travelling to new countries and experiencing different cultures.