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Patsy Whitford

26th September 2016 by

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Patsy is a solicitor in our Commercial Property Department and advises clients on all aspects of commercial property transactions, be it a purchase of a mixed use commercial premises or arranging the first shop for start up businesses.  She has particular experience in acting for landlords and tenants of local shops and restaurants.

She has varied life experience, having worked as a croupier and pub landlady amongst other roles, which allows her to understand both the legal and commercial issues of a transaction and help to achieve a balance that is of greatest advantage to her clients.

Away from the office, Patsy has a large family and enjoys battling for favourite aunt status, which she currently holds through a combination of bribery and chocolate. She is also attempting to train hard enough to run a half marathon next year.

Solicitor — Commercial Property

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  • “Helga and I would like you to know what a delight it has been dealing with you. Your easy manner and cool professionalism is very much appreciated, and we hope you will be able to assist us again with any future issues that may arise.”

    Roger and Helga Hopkins

  • “Patsy was very helpful throughout. I found her easy to deal with responsive when we encountered a hiccup that needed to be resolved.”

    Katie Lister

  • “Patsy was outstanding in trying to achieve the best outcome for our lease negotiations, it was certainly a difficult and protracted transaction. Our heartfelt thanks.”

    Brian Clemons and Denise Paton

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