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Kathryn Simpson


Kathryn qualified as a solicitor in 1998.  She studied part time at the Nottingham Trent University whilst working in administration management roles.  She has over 20 years experience in residential conveyancing and during that time she has worked for large, medium and small sized firms.  For the last 10 years and before recently relocating to Devon Kathryn headed up the Residential Conveyancing Departments of two midlands based law firms and led their conveyancing teams to win first and second place for “Best Regional – East Midlands Conveyancing Firm of the Year” at the LFS Awards held in Coventry and Milton Keynes.

Kathryn deals with the full range of residential conveyancing working including sale and purchase of freehold and leasehold property, equity release, shared ownership, re-mortgages, transfers, help to buy, complex land registry applications including first registration and adverse possession, probate and matrimonial conveyancing.  She has a friendly and open approach and is committed to going the extra mile for her clients in order to guide them through what can be a very difficult and stressful time.  Kathryn also likes to work collaboratively with others involved in the process such as estate agents and financial advisers so as to achieve the best outcomes for her clients.

Kathryn enjoys spending time with her friends and family.  She also enjoys walking her dog at the coast and in the beautiful Devon countryside.  When she has more time, she intends to rekindle her enjoyment of the gym and take part in some charitable 5k or 10k runs.

1 Major Terrace
Seaton EX12 2RF
EX12 2RF
DX 82300 Seaton
Fax: 01297 626951
Phone: 01297 626950

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