The founder and owner of eg.law is Debbie Everett. Debbie is a qualified CILEx Conveyancing Practitioner and Fellow of The Chartered Institute of Legal Executives.
With over 20 years in local law firms and an international law firm based in London, she has the knowledge and confidence to deliver a high standard transaction at a reasonable price.
Debbie is well known in the local area as an efficient and knowledgeable lawyer and good marketeer. She studied law in Devon and London and qualified whilst living in Norfolk. She is a reputable lawyer, but, more importantly, she understands what clients require and is able to adapt to different clients' needs. Working together to meet the same goal.
Marc qualified as a solicitor in 1988 and was a director and head of residential conveyancing at one of the City’s leading conveyancing firms.
Marc specialises in residential conveyancing for private individuals and developers. He has 30 years of experience in these areas and is a well known and well-regarded property solicitor. Marc adds an extra dimension to the expertise of eg.law. He can deal with all aspects of residential conveyancing, including acquisitions of development sites, road and drainage agreements, section 106 and affordable housing agreements.
In addition to his technical expertise, Marc is known for his approachable manner and prides himself on being friendly and personable. He endeavors to ensure all clients feel well informed, comfortable, at ease and not afraid to contact him if they are concerned or confused. This ties in with the ethos of eg.law and is why we are delighted to have Marc as part of our team. He embraces our fundamental core values of putting the client first and making the conveyancing process as well informed and stress-free as is humanly possible. As Marc says to clients “I work for you. You are my boss and my job is to make sure that I do everything I can to make what you want to happen actually happen”.
Kate has over six years’ experience in Conveyancing and has previously worked at one of the main Conveyancing firms in Norwich and has often been praised for being friendly and approachable, and for ’going the extra mile’ to get the job done.
Also, Kate is currently studying under the Council of Licenced Conveyancers to be a Licenced Conveyancer.
Kate enjoys working directly with the public and the face to face aspect of residential Conveyancing we encourage at eg.law.
Sue joins us as our Practice Manager but at the same time is our daily bookkeeper and completions manager.
In previous employment she has worked with the public on a daily basis. She strives to assist clients as much as possible to ensure they feel happy with the service that they receive.
Having now completed her NVQ Level 2 in Business Administration, Hannah has moved on from her apprenticeship and has joined us as our Legal Secretary.
Hannah is responsible for supporting the Conveyancers at eg.law by performing a range of administrative duties, including drafting legal correspondence, liaising with Solicitors and Conveyancers from other firms, answering the telephone and greeting visitors. She is also responsible for opening all new files and corresponding with clients and Estate Agents throughout the process.
Whilst also assisting with reception duties, Hannah will be continuing her studies to gain further skills involved in the day to day running of the business.
Hannah lives in the village and attended Framingham Earl High School.
Caleb has joined us as our Apprentice Administrator, studying his NVQ Business Administration course at City College.
He is running the Reception Area, as well as learning new skills and needs of the Business along the way.
Caleb attended The Hewett Academy.
Caleb has worked in various customer service roles for 2 years prior, so is always happy to help and make sure clients receive the best service, at the highest of standards.
Our office dog belongs to Marc & Debbie. He is a rescue from Cyprus and is very friendly. If you don't like dogs please let us know before you visit and we will hide him away.
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