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Shelby Richardson

Senior Paralegal

Shelby Richardson is a Senior Paralegal in Rotheras’ Conveyancing department and is based at our West Bridgford branch.

Specialisms

  • Sales, purchases and remortgages of freehold and leasehold property
  • Auction properties
  • Right to Buy

Approach

With experience in both estate agency and conveyancing, Shelby has seen and understands all aspects of the house buying process and what is required to make sure things runs efficiently and all sides are kept up to date.

Shelby knows that for clients looking to move house communication is key, and she prides herself on keeping clients updated at every stage.

Shelby is aware that during the conveyancing process clients are going through a lot and it can become stressful, so she explains things simply and clearly so that clients know what the next steps are and what they need to do, ensuring that the whole process runs smoothly.

 

Career Highlights

  • Shelby has 10 years’ experience in property, beginning her career at The Nottingham in 2012 where she quickly progressed into Sales Negotiation before advancing to the role of Senior Sales Negotiator for two years before becoming a Property Valuer
  • In 2017 Shelby joined Campions Solicitors as a Paralegal in their Conveyancing department, before specialising in Right to Buy properties
  • Shelby joined Rotheras in August 2021

Shelby Richardson's Experience

Experience

10 years

Qualifications

Shelby is shortly planning to commence her CILEx qualification

Positions Held

Senior Paralegal

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Shelby Richardson's Experience

Experience

10 years

Qualifications

Shelby is shortly planning to commence her CILEx qualification

Positions Held

Senior Paralegal
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