Thursfields recruits country homes conveyancing specialist in Worcester

Thursfields Nick O'Hara Alison Wacey

Thursfields Solicitors has recruited a top country homes specialist to its Residential Property team in Worcester.

Alison Wacey, who has more than 30 years conveyancing experience across the region, has been appointed as a Senior Associate Solicitor.

Alison has joined the company from Clarke Brookes Turner Cary, having previously been a partner of Lodders in Stratford-upon-Avon, and prior to this a partner at Needham and James.

Nick O’Hara, Managing Director at Thursfields, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Alison to our team, and are confident that her expertise in the conveyancing of country homes will add a real depth to our Residential Property team.

Alison is the first of a number of new joiners we will soon be revealing as we continue to develop our conveyancing services in Worcester over the next few months.”

Alison said: “I’m really excited to be joining Thursfields, a firm which attracted me with its growing reputation for a focus on the high quality of service to its clients.

I have a wide experience of dealing with large rural properties that often need specialist input, and I plan to help Thursfields develop even better solutions for clients facing complex legal title issues or difficulties.”

Outside of work, Alison is married to a Doctor and has a son who attends school in Worcester. She is a keen cyclist, swimmer, reader and theatre-goer.

The family own a holiday home in France and so Alison is also improving her DIY skills on projects at the property and is endeavouring to learn French.

Alison added: “My clients have always thanked me for clear, calm advice and steering them through difficult situations with both professionalism and a great sense of humour.”

If you are buying or selling your property please contact Alison on 01905 730421 or email awacey@thursfields.co.uk


Thursfields’ Residential Property team are available at any of our offices and surrounding areas – Birmingham, Worcester, Kidderminster, Solihull, Halesowen, Sedgley and Stourport.

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