Burnett Barker Solicitors announces new appointments

Burnett Barker Solicitors announces new appointments

Burnett Barker Solicitors, one of Bury St Edmunds’ leading law firms has announced the appointment of three new recruits to it’s growing team.

Litigation specialist Paul Herbert, Wills and Probate lawyer Priscilla Ivory and Licensed Conveyancer Angela Dauny have all joined Burnett Barker in recent months, taking its total staff number up to just under 30.

Paul Herbert joins the team from another Suffolk firm, where he acted in a range of disputes for businesses and for high net worth clients. As part of his new role at Burnett Barker Solicitors, Paul will deal with a range of dispute resolution and litigation work with key specialisms including commercial, property and equine disputes.

Also joining Burnett Barker is Wills and Probate Solicitor Priscilla Ivory. With more than 20 years experience, Priscilla specialises in Wills, Probate, Lasting Powers of Attorney and Court of Protection applications.

Finally, Angela Dauny has joined Burnett Barker as a Licensed Conveyancer. As part of the residential property team, Angela can act for sales and purchases, remortgages and transfers of equity. With extensive experience in working alongside property developers, Angela has a strong understanding of conveyancing matters specifically relating to new build properties.

Speaking of the new appointments, Daryl Griffiths, Chief Executive, Burnett Barker Solicitors said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to be welcoming Paul, Priscilla and Angela to Burnett Barker. I’m delighted that our reputation for delivering high quality client care and attention is what attracted Paul, Priscilla and Angela to the firm. All three have exceptional track records which our clients are sure to value, and we know that they will each become a real asset to the Burnett Barker team.”

For more information about Burnett Barker, visit their website or phone 01284 701131.  Alternatively,  visit Burnett Barker at 20 Whiting Street, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1NX.

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