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Inga Pope

7th November 2018 by


Inga is a Residential Property Solicitor in our Conveyancing Department. She deals with all aspects of residential conveyancing including sales and purchases of freehold and leasehold properties, remortgages, transfers of equity and unregistered land. Inga is friendly and approachable, and it is her aim to keep her clients updated and informed throughout the entire conveyancing process.

Inga qualified as a solicitor in 2013 after obtaining her Law Degree from the University of Plymouth and her Masters from Bournemouth University. She completed her Training Contract at a local law firm where she worked until she joined Laceys in 2018.

Inga is from Germany and speaks German fluently. Away from work Inga enjoys spending time with her friends and family and she can often be found on the agility field with her dog Mabel, trying to get a clear round.

Solicitor — Residential Property

Direct dial: 01202 205007


  • “Praise where praise is due - Inga has been absolutely excellent and It has been a pleasure to have Inga handle our recent purchase. I look forward to seeing Inga as a future partner.”

    Tony Taylor

  • “Inga Pope and her assistant Sarah kept us fully informed throughout our conveyancing. They were efficient and friendly at all times and instilled confidence in all matters, making the process less daunting.”

    Robert and Linda Tucker

  • “Inga Pope took the time to answer any queries we had and explained the sometimes technical jargon to ensure we understood.”

    Louise Middleton

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