National law firm Irwin Mitchell Private Wealth has recruited a senior conveyancer to its residential property team in Newbury.
Nadia Kashani joins from South East firm Coffin Mew as a senior conveyancer. Prior to that, she was a conveyancing assistant at Withers for three and a half years. She specialises in the sale and acquisition of high-value freehold and leasehold residential property in Berkshire, Hampshire, Surrey and prime-central London.
Ms Kashani, who regularly acts for both UK-based and international clients, is also experienced in handling remortgages and secured lending transactions, transfers of equity and probate conveyancing.
At the same time Charlotte Osborne also joins as a paralegal. She was previously a trainee legal assistant at Coffin Mew.
The Newbury outfit forms part of the national residential property team, which is headed by partner Jeremy Raj and which continued to grow with a number of new hires across 2018.
Irwin Mitchell Private Wealth has 14 offices across the UK and is one of the largest law firms in the UK. Its conveyancing team has many years’ experience in high-value property conveyancing and boast a detailed understanding of how changes in the financial and political climate impact even the robust property markets of London and the South East.
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