Jan Raszyk is a Conveyancer in Rotheras Residential Conveyancing department.
Jan undertakes a range of matters including House Sales, Purchases and Re-mortgages, Transfer of Equity and New build transactions.
Jan’s approach is straightforward and proactive. He is able to communicate processes to clients in a way that ensures they understand each step of the transaction for their own peace of mind and so they know where they stand throughout. Jan is available to meet with clients face to face at their convenience from our city centre offices in The Lace Market. If you are considering moving property, request a conveyancing quote today.
Jan became a permanent member of our Conveyancing team in September 2016 following the merger between Rothera Dowson and Sharp Young and Pearce to form Rotheras that same year, and brings over 20 years’ experience in Conveyancing to our already experienced team.
“My experience in working with Rothera Sharp has been very good. They helped get the outcome I wanted by continually working diligently and reliably. Jan and his secretary responded to every one of my queries without delay. I would recommend Rothera Sharp for the reasons above which helped me to get through the house purchase as free of worry and hassle as possible. This is a very important item in a conveyance. ”Heidi Collier
“I found working with Jan Raszyk and Rebecca Fawcett at Rothera Sharp a very positive experience. They are thorough, straightforward and responsive, making the whole process of selling and buying my house a less stressful experience than it potentially could have been. ”Catherine McAndrew
“Given my somewhat limited knowledge - of matters legal - I remain doubly pleased; both with services provided and over the decades, an accurate interpretation of all my requirements. ”Roy Furley
“We would have no hesitation in using Jan's services again should the need arise. He made the whole conveyancing process easy for us as he was friendly and helpful and always available to answer any questions we raised. ”Mr and Mrs M.J. Smith
“I found Rothera Sharp very efficient in dealing with my house purchase with excellent communication and response times. ”Chris Wilkinson
“Professional, excellent service and friendly with it. Thanks to Jan, it was an extremely smooth process! We highly recommend him. ”Mark and Sarah Bucknell
“It has been remiss of me not to have written to you to thank you for the patient, professional and efficient way in which you handled our sale and purchase. The transactions were not without their problems but you guided us through the difficulties with a calm assurance. ”Philip Keane
“Jan conducted this transaction in an extremely professional manner at all times, he exceeded expectations on all levels and we would have no hesitation in using him again. ”J. Gibson and S. Bayne
“They were very sufficient, responded well and gave good advice and information. My solicitor Jan always responded immediately to any emails or calls and kept me up to date with the process. In his absence his colleagues Kerry and Rebecca continued to stay in touch and be available if I needed them for any matters. I met with Jan who was polite, respectful and knowledgeable about his job role. I will certainly use Rothera Sharp again in the future and highly recommend them to anyone. Buying a house can be stressful but having a good solicitor made the process much easier. ”Monique Marriott
“Rotheras have taken care of all my legal work from 1969. Say no more! ”Derek Smalley
“Thoroughly professional, knowledgeable and helpful throughout. A pleasure to do business with. ”Andrew Sladen
“I found Rothera Sharp, particularly Jan to be helpful, professional and efficient. Any queries were answered promptly. ”Carol Cartwright
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