Solicitor • Kendal
I moved to Kendal Joining Thomson Hayton and Winkley in March 2018 as a Residential Conveyancing Solicitor.
Originally from Hull, I read Law at the University of Hull and completed my training with a local law firm, qualifying as a Solicitor in July 2016. However I have been working in Residential Conveyancing since July 2013 working both as an assistant to a Solicitor and then a Trainee Solicitor.
I have experience in dealing with Sales, Purchases, Re-mortgages and Transfers of Equity whether this involves Freehold, Leasehold, New Builds or Unregistered Titles.
I understand that moving home can be one of the most stressful times in an individual’s lifetime and I aim to make this process as easy and simple as possible for all of my clients.
Outside of work I enjoy baking, reading, walking and exploring the beautiful Lake District.
“ We are always very happy with the service. Kayleigh was very good. Thank you ”
“ I have already recommended you to others - thanks ”
“ Very friendly, helpful and put your worries at ease. ”
“ Kayleigh who dealt with our house purchase gave us an excellent service. She kept us informed of everything and made sure any issue that arose was looked at and dealt with quickly. I am very grateful to her for making the whole process so stress free and easy. Thank you. ”
“ Kayleigh was very good, never seemed a problem to phone or ask a question. Very pleased with the work Kayleigh carried out for us. ”
“ Very pleased, Kayleigh pursued a slow sale and dealing with the management company kept me informed of changes. Very happy with conveyancing and IHT advice. ”
“ Kayleigh was very professional, friendly and helpful. When she was away, Kate picked up and assisted and was also all of the above. Thank you ”
“ I am very happy with the service you provided and will be contacting you in the near future regarding renewing my will. ”
“ Kayleigh had an excellent professional, friendly manner which put us at ease and enabled us to feel confident in letting her sort out the details and guide us through the choices. ”