Swindon-based Francis George Solicitor Advocate has strengthened its team with new staff making it an 18-member team split across all its departments, encompassing family law, conveyancing, civil litigation, probate, finance and support staff.
The newest team member is Trisha Telles, who joined the firm in early October as a conveyancing assistant.
Currently studying LLB law with management studies at Aston University, Ms Telles has joined Francis George during her placement year, having completed the second year of her studies.
The conveyancing department she joined is quality-assured and offers clients a bespoke service tailored to their unique needs, at a competitive price, the firm stated.
The department is part of the company's operation across the commercial and domestic property markets, covering the full scope of property transactions, including the sale itself but also remortgaging, transferring or buying a place.
The team aims to resolve matters through mediation, and with minimal cost and maximum benefit to the client, Francis George said.
Francis George has been a family panel member for more than a decade and handles all aspects of family law from initial consultation through to court hearings in contested cases.
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