Napthens invests in property services
Regional law firm Napthens has announced investment in its Residential Conveyancing offer, with seven recruits including a new business development manager.
Solicitor Sophia Khan joins the firm’s Blackburn office, Hazel Jones in Kendal and Anna Nodwell in Blackpool, while associate solicitor Surekha Gangakhedkar strengthens the team in Preston along with conveyancing executives Heather Taylor-Felton and Shellene Blackman.
Talitha Murphy is appointed as business development manager for Residential Conveyancing across the firm in Lancashire, Cumbria and Merseyside.
Sarah Barnes, head of Residential Conveyancing at Napthens, said: “Our team remains busy, and this latest round of recruitments is a significant sign of our commitment to providing the highest levels of service for our clients.
“Buying a home is often the most important financial decision a person will make in their lives, and we’re investing not just in our people but also behind the scenes, in the technology supporting them.”
Napthens is a regional law firm serving businesses and individuals from offices across Merseyside, Lancashire and Cumbria.