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Gullands Solicitors expands commercial, property and private client teams

Gullands Solicitors has expanded its commercial, residential property and private client teams based in the firm’s Maidstone office with the appointment of three new Associate solicitors.








Kathryn Shirley has joined the commercial team and she advises both private individuals and companies in all aspects of commercial property matters to include acquisitions and disposals of freehold and leasehold properties as well as grants of leases and easements.








Natalie Skinner has joined the residential conveyancing team and she specialises in all aspects of residential conveyancing including sales and purchase of freehold, leasehold, auction, shared ownership, and new build properties.








Francesca Hayward has joined the private client team and specialises in preparing both simple and more complex/tax-efficient Wills, carrying out the administration of estates of all values both within the UK and for UK clients who live and/or have assets abroad, preparing Lasting Powers of Attorney and General Powers of Attorney, as well as registering Enduring Powers of Attorney and preparing Deeds of Variation and Declarations of Trust.








Gullands has also appointed John Lloyd as a Paralegal to the firm and he will be working with the commercial property and corporate teams.

John Roberts, Managing Partner at Gullands Solicitors comments: “We are delighted to welcome four new members to our expanding team who bring with them a great range of skills and experience from their work with private clients and businesses across the South East.”

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