If you are thinking of purchasing a property, it is vital you know what tenure it is as this can affect both its value and re-sale. The tenure refers to…
“Having used Kerry Parsons before for the purchase of our flat we had no hesitation in going to her again for our latest sale and purchase. she is efficient, thorough and always quick to respond. An excellent service by Kerry and her secretary Sharon. We had many questions and queries which she dealt with most satisfactorily. Highly recommended.”
Mike and Jacky Streeter
“Throughout the whole process of selling our flat and purchasing our new home Kerry and her secretaries kept us well informed and always responded in a timely fashion to each enquiry we had. We have already recommended her to both friends and family, and we won't hesitate to use her again in the future. Kerry went above and beyond what we had expected from a solicitor, and she is truly a credit to Laceys.”
Mr and Mrs Murphy
“Very helpful and always there to give advice or take action if asked to do so. Very focused on the job and always on top of the latest developments and yet personable and ready to take time on the phone to give advice or answer queries without hesitation.”
“We are extremely pleased with the service that Kerry has provided to us and wouldn't hesitate to use Laceys again. We would recommend Kerry and her firm at any time based on the quick and responsive way our transactions have been handled.”
Jackie and Terry
“Moving house is meant to be one of the most stressful experiences in life. Needless to say, we did experience some challenges during our recent move, but thanks to Laceys, the legal and conveyancing aspects caused us no problems at all. They come with our full recommendation.”
Mr and Mrs Lee, Ashley Heath
“During the flat buying process Kerry was a constant support and if ever I became worried about anything she would sort it for me quickly and calmly. Kerry was approachable, easy to get hold of and always responded quickly to my emails. I am now happily living in my new home and I can't thank Laceys, Kerry in particular, enough for getting me here. ”
“First class team, kept me informed at every stage of the conveyancing process, worked tirelessly on my behalf.”
“I have been very impressed with the quality of your service, both on the technicalities of the legal side and in your clear, concise and timely communications.
“Thanks so much for your hard work to get this through. I know it wasn't easy and I really appreciate all your help in getting me there. You are an impressive lady in how you handled this and I feel very lucky to have had you by my side through this.”
Kerry is an Associate in our Residential Property department based in Bournemouth, with her experience spanning over 12 years. Kerry has worked for two local authorities in Dorset as well as within private practice and she now specialises in Residential Property matters including purchases, sales, remortgages, transfers of equity and other property matters including Declaration of Trusts, adverse possession claims and ownership queries. Kerry became a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives in 2017 having completed the Diploma in Law and Practice (degree level) over 7 years alongside working full time in the legal sector.
Kerry prides herself on being friendly and approachable with a ‘can do’ attitude and really enjoys the fast pace of Conveyancing. There is no matter too complicated and Kerry enjoys problem-solving as is often required on many property matters.
Away from the office, Kerry enjoys spending time with friends and family outdoors and can often be seen out and about with her dog Baxter (and husband!) enjoying some fresh air. Kerry also joins in with many charity events along with her lovely colleagues.
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