Kerry Redfern

Chartered Legal Executive

Kerry Redfern is a residential property specialist at Nottingham-based law firm Rotheras Solicitors.


Moving Home
New Properties
Matrimonial Property and Transfers
Remortgage and Equity Release Schemes


Kerry is able to provide expert legal advice on a wide range of matters when you’re moving house and home, including conveyancing, matrimonial property, transfers and remortgages. Kerry will stay with you from start to finish and is happy to answer any questions you may have. Whether you are a first-time buyer or a seasoned mover, Kerry has the knowledge and the expertise to help.

Kerry is based at our Mapperley office just outside Nottingham city centre and is a member of our large conveyancing team ready to help moving house go as smoothly as possible for clients. Request a Conveyancing Quote today by completing our simple form or contact Kerry on 0115 952 0900.

Kerry has over 25 years’ experience of dealing with conveyancing matters.


“Angie and Kerry handled both our sale and purchase with the utmost professionalism. I always felt confident that they had everything under control. I never had to chase them for anything, they were on top of things from the start through to completion. ”
Kelly Cookson
“I can't recommend Angie and Kerry at the Rothera Sharp Mapperley Branch highly enough. They were professional, helpful, efficient and friendly throughout my long and somewhat complex piece of property-related legal work recently. I was able to contact them and get a personal detailed response within a short time frame and they were both on top of the details of my (rather complex) case at all times. All was resolved to my total satisfaction. Thanks so much, I will definitely be recommending you to my friends and family! ”
Simon H
“Both Kerry and Angie were lovely in their approach to us and to completing buying and selling of our properties. ”
Julie Murden
“Kerry Redfern and her colleagues were totally professional, extremely efficient and expressed a pleasant manner. ”
Mr and Mrs Turner
“I have used Rothera Sharp previously to do with family law. I found them to be very helpful and totally put me at ease. This time for the sale of my property nothing had changed apart from I used a different office. They were still very efficient letting me know what stage we were at constantly. ”
Jill Beckford
“We want to thank you for your efficient service delivered in a prompt and friendly manner while dealing with the above three properties. You are clearly very good at job sharing providing a seamless service! We will have no hesitation in recommending Rothera Sharp at Mapperley for conveyancing services. ”
Wendy and Glyn
“From my initial phone call with Tracey, through to the final communication I cannot fault the service I have received. A perfect blend of professionalism and friendly approach. I had full confidence in all the team and appreciated being able to discuss my concerns at certain stages of the purchase. ”
Lindsay Knott
“Continue with the high standards that are already being delivered. Stress free and excellent communication with everybody involved. ”
Katie Dymond

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Kerry Redfern's Experience


25 years

Memberships & Accreditations

Became a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) in 2002

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