THP Solicitors Continues to Grow

THP Solicitors in Henley, has attracted a raft of new talent over the summer as the firm continues its expansion in response to increases in work volumes.

THP Solicitors’ Residential Property team is pleased to announce that three new members of staff have joined them, including Sara Dixon who comes from a law firm in Wokingham. Sara qualified as a solicitor almost 20 years ago and is experienced in handling a wide range of property transactions including sales and purchases, re-mortgages, transfers of equity, non-statutory lease extensions, defects in title and new builds. Joining Sara in the Residential Property team are paralegal Ellisa Moss, who has a law degree from Oxford Brookes University, and Hannah Sinnerton as a Legal Assistant.

THP Solicitors’ Wills, Trusts & Estate Administration team are also delighted to welcome two new members, including Deborah Clark from a law firm in Reading. Deborah qualified as a Legal Executive in 2012 and specialises in the preparation of Wills, lasting power of attorney and all aspects of probate work, including the administration of complex estates. Coral Morphett has also joined the team as a Legal Assistant.

THP Solicitors Partner Rachel Gaylor added: “We are delighted to welcome all of our new members of staff who bring a mixture of skills and experience and will add strength and depth to the firm as demand for our legal services continues without abatement.”  She added that the latest wave of recruitment at the firm demonstrates THP Solicitor’s ability to attract talent despite recruitment difficulties throughout the legal profession saying, “We have tried to create a culture capable of appealing to both juniors and individuals with vast experience, providing quality work and a support to help our staff succeed and our clients benefit from their professionalism.”

These hires mean that THP Solicitors is now a team of 50 people and in the last financial year the firm exceeded its targets by over 20%.


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