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Johanna Goddard

Senior Associate

Jo Goddard has over 20 years experience specialising in all aspects of residential conveyancing and regularly acts for clients on sales, purchases, remortgages and transfers of equity and is part of one of the largest conveyancing teams across the East Midlands.

Jo Goddard

Specialisms

Sales, purchases and remortgages of freehold, leasehold and unregistered land and property
New builds
Help to Buy
Transfer of equity

Approach

Jo understands that buying or selling a property is not something clients do every day. By adopting a personal, approachable and understandable service for clients, Jo aims to make the conveyancing process as efficient and stress-free as possible, using her professional experience to drive the process forward smoothly from start to finish.

Jo’s experience includes acting for both purchasers and sellers of all types of properties, including freehold and leasehold properties, new build properties and buy to let investments.

Career Highlights

  • Jo started her career in the legal profession with Eversheds Sutherland in 1995 where she remained until 2002
  • Worked for Rupert Bear Murray Davies between 2002 and 2006, and Flint Bishop between 2006 and 2008
  • In 2013 she joined Fraser Brown and remained there until 2020 (during which time they were acquired by Knights)
  • Joined Rotheras as a Senior Associate in 2021

Johanna Goddard's Experience

Experience

Over 20 years

Qualifications

Chartered Legal Executive

Positions Held

Senior Associate

Memberships & Accreditations

Fully accredited member of CILEX

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Johanna Goddard's Experience

Experience

Over 20 years

Qualifications

Chartered Legal Executive

Positions Held

Senior Associate

Memberships & Accreditations

Fully accredited member of CILEX
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