Two new appointments have been made at an expanding Shropshire law firm.
Melissa Dyke joins the conveyancing department of Shrewsbury-based Wace Morgan Solicitors as a licensed conveyancer, having previously worked at law firms for over 18 years in the Stafford, Wolverhampton and Telford areas.
She qualified as a licensed conveyancer in 2008 and specialises in residential sales and purchases, Help to Buy transactions, transfers of equity, registrations and adverse possession applications and re-mortgages.
“I am very pleased to have joined such a busy and well-respected Shropshire law firm,” said Melissa, who lives in Broseley Wood.
Wace Morgan’s other new recruit is Emma Jacobs from Wrexham, who studied for a law degree at the University of Liverpool before completing the legal practice course at the College of Law in Chester, gaining a distinction.
She previously worked at a multi-office law firm covering Shropshire and north Wales, qualifying as a solicitor in 2011 and going on to carry out private client work, specialising in will preparation, estate administration and dealing with tax and trusts.
Emma is a technician member of Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, having completed additional qualifications in administration of estates and trusts since qualifying as a solicitor.
She commented: “This is an exciting time to be joining Wace Morgan as the firm has moved into a new era with impressive new offices in the centre of Shrewsbury and is expanding its client base and area of operation.”
For further information please contact Sam Briggs at Wace Morgan on 01743 280 100