Ruth Pilling

Conveyancing Executive

Ruth is a Conveyancing Executive at Rotheras and is based at our Mapperley office.


Sales, purchases and remortgages of freehold, leasehold and unregistered land and property
New builds
Shared ownership
Help to Buy
Transfers of equity
Voluntary first registrations
Auction sale


Ruth understands that moving house can be one of the most stressful processes and has a passion for helping people move into their dream property with the minimum of stress and delay.

Ruth acts for a diverse range of clients providing advice on sales and purchase transactions, new build properties, leasehold sales & purchases, unregistered land, shared ownership, help to buy, transfer of equity, voluntary first registrations and auction sales.  Leasehold sales and purchases are a particular specialism for Ruth and through her experience, she also works closely with a local Estate Agency and Accountancy practice advising clients on buy to let investment opportunities in the city.

Clients appreciate and praise Ruth for the personal service she offers.  Each and every client is important and her open door policy allow clients to ask as many questions as they need to.  She stays with clients from start to finish and her openness and willingness to keep clients up to date at every stage of the conveyancing process keeps clients coming back and referring contacts to Ruth.

Career Highlights

  • Ruth has previously worked as a Property Executive at Ashton Bond Gigg between 2004 and 2006, and Berryman between 2006 and 2011
  • In 2011 she joined Fidler and Pepper as a Trainee Legal Executive
  • Ruth joined Sharp Young & Pearce as a Conveyancing Executive in 2014 and continues in the Conveyancing Team following the merger with Rothera Dowson in 2016 to form Rotheras

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Ruth Pilling's Experience

Memberships & Accreditations

Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) in 2008

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