23 November 2023

Liverpool-law firm boosts property team

Gregory Abrams Davidson, which has offices in Liverpool and London, has added new property experts in its residential property department, boosting the headcount in the firm’s real estate division. 

The firm, which recently opened an office on the Wirral in West Kirby, has made the appointments following increased demand for property services from residential and commercial clients.  

Tracey Quirk joins the firm’s Mathew Street office as a consultant solicitor with over 20 years of experience. She joined the firm from MSB Solicitors, where she was head of residential conveyancing, and was recruited to advise on auction enquiries and transactions and bridging finance transactions while also dealing with complex deals such as Islamic mortgages and general conveyancing work.

She said: “I’ve joined a dynamic firm with a dedicated and professional team committed to delivering outstanding service to clients in the residential property market. The firm has a fantastic reputation for providing clear legal advice, personalised and tailored to specific requirements, attracting more property clients.”

Emma Clayburn, solicitor, will be based at the firm’s recently opened Wirral office and has 20 years of experience. She joined RMNJ Solicitors, where she was a partner and specialised in residential property, often dealing with complex conveyancing matters. 

Emma added: “I’m looking forward to working with a team dedicated to providing the highest quality legal services, and I’m looking forward to working with the wider team while helping them to grow the new Wirral office’s footprint.”

Craig Passey, property executive, will be based in the firm’s Penny Lane office and has over 15 years of experience in residential property and joins from Vanquish Law. The final new member of the team is Stephanie Thomas, a trainee solicitor assisting the broader 13-strong real estate division. She will also be based at the firm’s Penny Lane office. 

Gregory Abrams, CEO of Gregory Abrams Davidson, welcomed the quartet. He said. ‘While the property market is facing challenges, we are still experiencing demand for property services, and it’s excellent to welcome new talent to our team. I’m sure they will deliver the outstanding legal advice we’ve cultivated a reputation for. 

‘We have seen an increase in investors coming into Liverpool, which is a testament to the city’s economy and buoyancy. The buy-to-let market is witnessing increased activity with several large developments coming on stream, and of course, people still want to own their own home.”

The property division of Gregory Abrams Davidson Solicitors provides tailored legal advice for clients buying or selling commercial or domestic property, remortgaging, transferring equity, extending leases, tenancy agreements, probate sales, right to buy from a landlord and property acquisitions and auction sales.

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