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Margaret Goddard

Chartered Legal Executive Residential Property | Sherborne
Direct: 01935 811610
Office: 01935 813691

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I am a Chartered Legal Executive Lawyer based in the Sherborne Residential Property team at Mogers Drewett.

I qualified as a Legal Executive in 2002 and have worked in Residential Property since 1998, prior to qualifying. I joined Mogers Drewett back in 2011.

I advise a wide range of clients in all aspects of residential conveyancing and my expertise covers freehold and leasehold sales and purchases including small plots of land, new build purchases involving shared ownership and the Help to Buy Scheme, remortgages and transfers of equity.

From first time buyers looking to purchase their first home to investors looking to increase their property portfolio, my focus is to provide all clients with a friendly, efficient and professional service and to be an approachable lawyer where no question is a silly one.

Away from the office, I enjoy being active and spend most of my time either with my two horses, 3 dogs and 2 cats or in the gym or out running/walking in the countryside.

 

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