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Rachel Turner  Senior Associate Solicitor and Head of Residential Conveyancing

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T: 01922 705951
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Rachel is a Senior Associate Solicitor and Head of the Conveyancing Department.
Rachel studied Law at the University of the West of England and obtained her Law Degree (with Honours) in 2002.  Rachel then remained at the same University and passed her Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice with Merit in 2003.  She then began her legal career as a Paralegal at a law firm in Aberystwyth, before qualifying as a Solicitor at a London firm in December 2007.
Her first legal job was in Aberystwyth in an off-plan specialist department. Rachel then went on to work at a niche Affordable Housing firm in West London where she remained for almost 10 years, before returning to the Midlands and joining Enoch Evans LLP in October 2014.
Rachel is a specialist Conveyancing lawyer with significant experience in a wide range of Residential Property matters including: –
Expertise in:
Title Defects
Transfers of Equity
Matrimonial Transfers
Probate Sales
Statutory Lease Extensions
Statutory Freehold Purchases
Right to Buy Purchases
Shared Ownership
Equity Mortgages
Development Set-ups
New-Build Plot Sales and Purchases
Recent Experience:
Acted in the purchase of a property for £10,000,000
Completed over one thousand affordable transactions to date
Successfully registered an unregistered property at the Land Registry despite the deeds being misplaced by the owner
Rachel is a member of the Walsall and Birmingham Law Associations
Hobbies & interests:
Rachel is the Principal Horn Player and founding member of Mercian Brass Band, located in Walsall.  She attends various National and Regional Brass Band events throughout the year and is also regularly asked to play with other Bands when their usual players are absent.
What the Clients say:
“Very pleased with Rachel’s work and helpfulness. All queries answered promptly and patiently. Email communication a good idea”.
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