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Danielle has over 15 years’ experience of homes and private property law. At the beginning of 2014 she was appointed as Verisona Law’s Head of Residential Property and manages the team that acts for buyers and sellers across the South Coast and Nationally.
Danielle’s move to the South Coast in 2013 came after she and her husband decided to live full-time in a holiday home they purchased in Bracklesham Bay near Chichester two years ago. ‘My husband spent his childhood holidays in the area and when he took me to visit, I fell in love with it. We bought the property that we now want to call home and are embarking on a major renovation project.’
Danielle began working at a local law firm where she grew up in Middlesex while studying her A-levels. In an effort to keep her after she achieved top grades, the firm offered to support her in qualifying with the Institute of Legal Executives, CILEx. She accepted, became a fee earner at just 19 years old and was able to work in most areas of law. This has given her a wealth of experience.
In 2010, Danielle was headhunted to take her first Head of Department role in the property department of a five office firm in Surrey, Berkshire and Hampshire before becoming an equity shareholder.
She moved to Verisona Law in 2014.
- Buying and Selling Residential Property
- Dealing with both Freehold and Leasehold properties
- Lease Extensions
- New Builds
- Shared Ownership
- Key Workers
- Help to buy schemes
- Acting for management companies
- Right to manage
- Transfer of Equity
- Deeds of Variation or Rectification
- Equity Release Schemes
- Different ways to buy your property
- Extending your lease: a brief overview
- What does the Autumn Statement mean for housing?
- Why do I need a survey?
- Do I need a Local Authority Search?
- Buying at Auction
- Building Regs - What is the issue?
- First Time Buyers
- I have been asked to pay a non-refundable deposit, should I pay?
- What is the difference between Leasehold and Freehold?
- Equity release: things to consider
- Local Authority Search
- Do I need a survey?
- What is a declaration of trust?