Excellent experience start to finish – always very responsive to any queries and the turnaround on the property I was buying was very quick, even in the busy time leading up to stamp duty deadline. Jenny was always very helpful and went above and beyond to close on a short timescale.
We are delighted to announced that we have promoted Rebecca Taylor to associate solicitor in our Dispute Resolution team. We have also appointed Kirsty Fillery as our newest residential property solicitor.
Rebecca graduated from the University of Manchester in 2014 and completed her LPC at the College of Law. She joined Davis Blank Furniss as a trainee solicitor in September 2016 and was admitted as a solicitor in September 2018. Rebecca works on a variety of commercial and property disputes and in particular, commercial contract disputes, shareholder disputes, beneficial ownership of property disputes, rights of way disputes and landlord/tenant disputes.
Kirsty joins Davis Blank Furniss from Gorvins. She will now be focussing on all types of residential property law including sales, purchases, re-mortgages, transfers of equity, leasehold, as well as freehold and new build matters.
Kate Oldfield – managing partner – said: “From the beginning of her career, Rebecca has shown a real flare for law and an enthusiasm for her work. She is now an essential part of our dispute resolution department and her promotion is hugely deserved.”
Commenting on Kirsty’s appointment, Kate added: “Our residential property team has enjoyed a strong year so Kirsty’s arrival comes at an exciting time for the department. She brings with her some great experience and I’m sure she will add value to the firm and our clients.”