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Marie Moule - Residential Conveyancing

Marie is our Practice Group Head of Residential Conveyancing here at Edward Hand and Lewis and her specialist area is Remortgages. She is very experienced and knowledgeable in her area and has dealt with a variety of files including; Leasehold Remortgages, Transfer of Equity files, Assents, Tenanted properties Buy to let, Unregistered titles, Voluntary Registrations, Staircasing and Shared Ownership.

Marie takes a very hands on approach to her work and has proven successful track record with all her clients and cases. She keeps a close eye on the day to day running of her case load, which can reach to the region of 120 cases, to ensure clients receive excellent communication and service.

Even though she specialises in conveyancing she does have experience in other areas. In previous roles, she has dealt with transactional cases and dealt with audio dictation for civil, criminal, litigation and probate cases.

Marie always goes that one step further for her clients and is committed to delivery excellent client care. If you would like to ask her any questions please don’t hesitate to email or phone her directly.


"I found Marie to be nothing short of excellent; right from the start, she developed a good working relationship, which carried on all the way to completion. Over the course of the purchase we had several complications and Marie would always keep me posted with a way forward; hence I felt that my case was in good hands. In addition, to meet my request of an early completion, Marie would often go the extra mile by working on weekends, simply not to impede the progress. Overall, Marie made the purchase stress free; hence my only regret is that we did not work together for my previous three purchases. I plan on purchasing another property towards the end of this year; I look forward to working with her then." - Chavinash Dookhit

Marie Moule is based at our Leicester solicitors branch.

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