Emma Andrews2020-10-23T10:15:39+01:00

Project Description

Emma Andrews

Legal Manager

I have had more than 20 years residential conveyancing experience, both freehold and leasehold, at Stone Rowe Brewer LLP. I believe an informed client is a happy client.  I treat every conveyancing transaction as if it were my own – I am aware of the stresses and strains that can occur during a transaction and my aim is to alleviate these for my clients in every way possible.

I act swiftly and respond rapidly to queries -and I’m never ”too busy” to talk to my clients. As a result of my work ethic I receive much repeat business and many new clients come to me through personal recommendation by existing clients.

I have always lived locally and in my spare time I like to paint and am a keen golfer.

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Emma Andrews - Legal Manager

Fields:

All aspects of Residential Conveyancing, including:

  • Freehold and Leasehold Transactions
  • Lease Extensions
  • Re-Mortgages
  • Transfers of Equity
  • Co-Ownership Agreements

Qualifications:

Legal Manager at Stone Rowe Brewer since 1985

Testimonials

We’d just like to add a short note to emphasise just how impressed we were with the service provided to us by Emma Andrews. Despite and throughout the complications and delays caused by the unfortunate arrival of lockdown she remained prompt, thorough and efficient. Unlike other solicitors we have used in the past she was proactive and helpful, promptly answering calls and emails addressing issues on our behalf. We couldn’t have been in better hands and would have no hesitation in recommending Emma to anyone else.

Emma Andrews was approachable and friendly. Her capable and knowledgeable attitude gives confidence in tricky situations, I was very glad to have her acting on my behalf.

 

“First rate service dealing with a complicated transaction. Communication was excellent and I was fully informed every step of the way. I will certainly be using SRB when needed again.

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