A highly experienced residential property lawyer has joined the award-winning conveyancing team at law firm Sintons.
Andrew Graham has joined Sintons’ specialist conveyancing department as an Associate. The team has built a reputation as one of the most accomplished of its kind in the North of England and attracts work from across the UK, particularly from London, with most coming by recommendation. High value properties are a particular specialism for the team, but they are also well known for their expertise in new build properties, acting for first time buyers and handling property matters for their investor clients.
With more than 13 years’ experience of working in residential property, with particular expertise in the field of new build properties, Andrew adds further strength to Sintons.
The conveyancing team, led by Anna Barton, was recently named Residential Property Team of the Year at the Northern Law Awards, in recognition of its outstanding technical ability and excellent client service.
Andrew said: “Residential property has been my specialist area since I qualified as a solicitor in 2005, and working in the North East legal sector, Sintons has always stood out for its reputation for being able to handle the most complex of property transactions, while always delivering an excellent service to its clients. I am delighted to join such a capable and dynamic team at this exciting time of growth and development for conveyancing, and for the firm as a whole.”
Anna Barton, Partner and Head of Conveyancing at Sintons, said: “Andrew is a well-known name in North East residential property and a valuable addition to our team.
“We are known for our professionalism and the outstanding personal service we offer, which is why so much of our work comes via recommendations and from long-standing clients such as investors; it was also cited as a key reason for our recent success in the Northern Law Awards. We are continuing to grow as a department and I am very pleased to add Andrew’s experience and expertise to help continue our development.”
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