I started my training in property law, and when the time came to choose what I wanted to do in the long term, it felt like the right choice for me. I love working under pressure and supporting people through one of the most stressful times of their lives. Besides getting divorced, buying a house is one of the most stressful things we do and I enjoy doing whatever I can to get them through the process so that they can begin the next chapter of their life.
Acting for property developers requires me to be able to understand and appreciate issues from both sides of a deal – something I’ve always found easy. This talent is useful especially when chains are involved. When many parties are involved, things can go wrong quickly, so managing expectations is probably the most important thing that I do to ensure matters are concluded as quickly and painlessly as possible.
I am always ready to go the extra mile; being available outside ‘normal office hours’ is the norm for us. We understand that our reputation is enhanced or dented by each matter we handle and that we will be judged on our last job, so we will always go that extra mile for you.
Be patient and trust me, I’ll be on your case, even when you don’t hear from me. I know what I’m doing, so let me focus on getting your property deal sealed.
How long is it going to take?
This depends on how long the chain is, something we don’t control, but we can keep the pressure on for you, and keep you up to date with changes, delays or problems which we see coming down the line so that your matter is completed as quickly as possible.
Estate rentcharges affect freehold properties and, in recent years, have commonly been used by developers.…Read full article