Gordons welcomes new appointments in residential conveyancing team
Wednesday 16th March 2016
Gordons has strengthened its residential conveyancing team with three new appointments to the department.
Ann Carter has joined the leading law firm as a conveyancing executive, having previously worked with Keighley firm Burr Sugden. Ann brings a wealth of experience and a great deal of knowledge to her new role, having been a key member of the residential conveyancing team at Burr Sugden for 14 years. Also recently joining the residential team are conveyancing executive Michelle Jackson and legal executive Victoria Martin. Michelle joins Gordons from Blacks, while Victoria previously worked at Advantage Property Lawyers.
Commenting on her appointment, Ann said: “When the opportunity arose to work with Gordons I did not hesitate as the firm has an excellent reputation for its professionalism, in Bradford and beyond. I am already enjoying the wider scope of conveyancing work this new role requires and working as part of a well-established property team, with a strong emphasis on fostering excellent client relationships.”
In her new role, Ann will continue to deal with all aspects of residential conveyancing including sale and purchase of freehold and leasehold properties, transfer of equity, mortgages and re-mortgages and tenancy agreements. Gordons’ conveyancing team advises on all aspects of conveyancing and is supported by a large commercial property team which offers additional support and expertise on a variety of technical matters, something which high street conveyancing firms are often lacking.
Welcoming the new appointments to the firm, Gordons’ partner Victoria Davey said: “Ann, Victoria and Michelle each bring a wealth of experience with them and I am very pleased to be welcoming these three talented women to the firm.
“Residential conveyancing is an important part of the property work we undertake in the Yorkshire region and beyond and the expansion of the team is further evidence of our commitment to this division of the firm.”