Christina Peck is a trainee solicitor within Rotheras Wills and Probate department and is based at the firm’s Beeston office.
In the Wills and Probate department Christina assists the team with client enquiries, including arranging and attending meetings with clients, organising and sending initial client packs and keeping clients updated with any progress on their matter.
Prior to her current role Christina worked as a paralegal in the firm’s Residential Conveyancing department at the Long Eaton office, helping clients buying and/or selling freehold property including unregistered land and buy to lets. In addition Christina has worked as an assistant to property partner Antony Fyson and also worked for a year in the Crown Court department. She joined Sharp Young and Pearce in 2014 before the firm merged with Rothera Dowson in 2016 to become Rotheras.
“Thank you for making our house buying process go extremely smoothly! All your help and advice was greatly appreciated. ”Katie Jones and Zoe Jenkins
“Thank you so much Christina. You've been fantastic. We're really glad we went through Rothera Sharp. ”Katie Fox
“Our experience with Rothera Sharp has been a very positive one. We have had nothing but support and understanding, particularly from Christina Peck and Rebecca Green, whilst dealing with the sale of our late mother's house, and everything has been handled in a very friendly efficient manner. We would have no hesitation in recommending the company to others. ”Joan Moore
“Very helpful with our situation regarding protection of our loan to our son; the matter was urgent and it was dealt with from start to finish in 2 days. We are very grateful. ”Howard Swinbourne
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