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Licensed Conveyancer

Julieann has worked in residential conveyancing since 2010.  Having spent her entire career in the legal sector, she qualified as a Licensed Conveyance in January 2023.


Dealing with all kinds of residential and some commercial conveyancing, Julieann prides herself on being approachable and making the process as simple as possible.  Always available and always ready to answer questions, Julieann would say ‘there is no such thing as a silly question’ and balances the complexity of the law with keeping clients informed

In her spare time Julieann is finishing her Open University humanities degree and enjoys spending time with family, weekends away with friends and tending to her very cheeky rescue dog, Fred.

Julieann Fitzgerald
What is a Licensed Conveyancer?

Licensed conveyancers are qualified, professional property lawyers who specialise in the legalities surrounding buying and selling property in England and Wales. Licensed Conveyancers are also Commissioners for Oaths, which means they have legal authority to administer and witness official documents e.g. affidavits to swear that a statement is the truth.

What do they do?

They’re real experts because they’re specialists. A Licensed Conveyancer will ensure that all documentation, contracts and financial arrangements associated with buying or selling a residential or commercial property or piece of land are in order. They can do everything that a solicitor can do in a conveyancing transaction – they have the same legal authority to act.



Irene started work in 1971 for Lowndes & Co (Alcuin Edward Feeny).  Left in 1982 to start a family.  Returned to the law in 1995 to work for Wilson Cowie & Dillon. Previously only ever worked for two Solicitors during her long career in the law, she is now working alongside Julieann as a highly experienced paralegal. 

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