Promotion: Donna Williams joined the Steeles Law Residential Property team in October 2019. Donna is a reliable and valued member of the team, with clients praising her ‘wonderful and helpful service’. Donna’s promotion to conveyancing paralegal, highlights her commitment to colleagues and clients as she has worked tirelessly throughout several lockdowns, stamp duty deadlines and a turbulent time for the property industry and homeowners.
As a Conveyancing Paralegal, Donna will be responsible for managing a caseload of sale and purchase residential property transactions. ‘I am extremely grateful and excited for the opportunity this promotion will give me and my long-term future at Steeles Law’ comments Donna on her promotion.
Recruitment: Georgina, known to her colleagues and clients as George, supports the property team through all aspects of the transaction but is focused on providing quotes, setting up files, preparing legal packs, doing property searches, and drafting documents.
Georgina, who relocated to Norfolk with her family a couple of years ago, has over 14 years of legal experience, having previously worked at Hertfordshire based law firm Breeze and Wyles Solicitors.
Commenting on the promotion and recruitment, Michael Fahy, Director and Head of Property said, ‘I am delighted to welcome Georgina to the team and congratulate Donna on her promotion. It is an exciting time for the residential property team as we push forward with our business plan to grow the team and reward internal talent to ensure that Steeles Law Residential Property is the go-to team for all your buying and selling requirements.
These new appointments are announced as the Directors continue to roll out ambitious plans for the residential team and come within 5 months of the recruitment of Christina Hartley-Hengist.
If you would like to find out more about the legal services Steeles Law can offer for you and your business, please call 01603 598000 or complete the ‘Get in touch’ online enquiry form and a member of the team will contact you.
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