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Mica is a Paralegal at BOS Leeds and works closely with Partner Dhiran Mistry. Mica oversees residential conveyancing property under the supervision of Dhiran Mistry to assist with all aspects of the residential conveyancing department while working simultaneously to enrich client relationships.

Having worked in the law industry around West Yorkshire for several years, Mica brings specialist expertise and knowledge to the residential and commercial property team and specialises in residential sales, purchases and re-mortgage. During her career, Mica has been part of both large and medium sized firms and brings with her a strong network of clientele and the determination to provide the best service whilst remaining relatable and personable.

Mica has an established relationship with local professionals and understands that each client’s needs are different. Mica believes that a human service is essential to residential conveyancing and is committed to supporting clients during one of the biggest milestones of their lives whilst providing the highest level of service and legal advice

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