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Nadia back to boost Hughes Paddison Conveyancing Team
Cheltenham solicitors, Hughes Paddison, is pleased to welcome Nadia Santry, back to the law firm in her new role in the Residential Property team.
Formerly a trainee solicitor for Hughes Paddison, Nadia has joined the team due to growing demand for residential conveyancing services. Commenting on her new role, Nadia said “I enjoyed my time with Hughes Paddison so much and I am delighted to be coming back and working with the incredible team and the amazing clients we have. When I was approached to rejoin Hughes Paddison I was thrilled.”
Head of Residential Property, Jane Witek, is just as pleased with the latest addition to the firm and said “Nadia brings with her lots of experience in residential conveyancing and a passion that our clients will find refreshing. We’re over the moon to welcome Nadia back and wish her every success.”
Nadia, who lives in Cheltenham, is keen to offer practical, no nonsense advice to clients of the flourishing firm, she says “It’s an exciting time with the residential property market being so buoyant both in Cheltenham and nationwide. I’m pleased to be part of a law firm which echoes my own ethos of personal service and protecting the best interests and position of clients in a clear and practical way.”
Nadia will be helping and advising individuals and businesses on all aspects of residential conveyancing, and welcomes any enquiries by telephone on 01242 574244 or by email to email@example.com.