• Conveyancing
  • Residential Real Estate

Abby is part of our Leeds branch working in Residential Conveyancing.

Starting her legal career in 2017, she has the knowledge to complete a wide range of property transactions with a swift but thorough approach. Continuous communication is key and Abby is regularly praised for her efficient approach in keeping clients updated while explaining step-by-step what to expect throughout the transaction. Whether you are a first-time buyer or a property investor, Abby is here to take the stress out of the process for you.

Originally graduating university with a First-Class degree in Crime and Investigation, Abby changed her path to Law and went on to study a Master’s degree at Leeds Beckett University. This in turn lead her to a rewarding career in conveyancing.

Her best advise to clients is: ‘Read all documentation provided to you by your conveyancer and do not be scared to ask questions, we are here to help’.

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