Kim Thurston

Conveyancing Executive

Residential Property

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I qualified with a Diploma in Specialist Residential Conveyancing Practice with CLT in April 2000 and, in 2016, became a Fellow of the Institute of Paralegals.

I commenced my Conveyancing career in 1978, having previously been a WPC with Thames Valley Police Force.

I was appointed as a Magistrate in the mid 2000’s and enjoyed my time on the West Berkshire Bench.

I practised in the South East prior to relocating to Wiltshire in 2014.

I deal with a range of Residential Conveyancing matters and take pride in achieving what Clients expect of me.

Outside of work, I enjoy my “menagerie” of animals and relish life in a small Village and have a keen interest in Forensic Pathology.


Testimonials 

“Thanks for all your hard work with the sale and purchase process over the last few months, your assistance was invaluable. I will be recommending you to friends and family when dealing with any other conveyancing work in the future based on your efficient service and excellent professionalism in some difficult circumstances”. Andrew


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New Appointment to head up Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Team.

Bevirs Law is excited to announce the new appointment of Nicola Heales, Consultant Solicitor, who joins us to head up our Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence team.

Nicola qualified as a Solicitor in 1985 and is a personal injury and clinical negligence specialist, and her expertise is recognised by her accreditations with both the Law Society and APIL (Association of Personal Injury Lawyers). Nicola has been successful in a number of significant Personal Injury and clinical negligence cases during her career. Nicola has particular expertise in acting for people who have suffered brain and birth injuries as well as representing clients at inquests.

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