Jaione Aldecoa

Legal Assistant Commercial Property | Sherborne
Direct: 01935 811 635
Office: 01935 813 691

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I am a Legal Assistant in the Commercial Property team based in the Sherborne office.

As a qualified Spanish solicitor (though not currently practising) and a graduate from Reading and Oxford University, I have obtained extensive professional legal experiences within the field of Commercial Property law.
My role within the Commercial Property comprises of assisting in all areas of Commercial Property, including landlord and tenant work, property finance and commercial property acquisitions and disposals.

On a daily basis, I provide our clients with professional tailored legal guidance. I am keen to understand our clients’ individual needs and provide them with the highest quality solutions by maintaining supportive contact and keeping them up to date throughout the processes of their complex transactions.

In my free time I take regular exercise, usually the gym where I like to run and swim. I also enjoy gardening and beach walks. Whilst keen to maintain my Basque heritage, I am fond on reading classical English literature.

 

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