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Leading Midlands law firm shortlisted for Regional Conveyancer of the Year
Fishers Dewes Solicitors, based in Ashby de la Zouch and Tamworth, have been shortlisted for the 2017 Law Firm Services (LFS) Regional Conveyancer of the year.
This year LFS saw the largest volume of applicants since the awards began, with Fishers Dewes making the final shortlist of 4 for the East Midlands category.
Amanda Payne, Director & Head of Residential Property at Fishers Dewes said “I am delighted we have made the shortlist for the esteemed LFS awards. It’s testament to the hard work of our residential property team which I’m pleased is reflected in the positive feedback we regularly receive from clients.”
The judging process comprised of a compliance check of applicants client care correspondence, initial client documentation, and related policies. As well as a mystery shop, client feedback survey, and a review and telephone interview regarding the firms procedures around cybercrime, fraud prevention and general client management.
A panel of judges will now assess the shortlisted firms before selecting their winners. The judging panel is made up of a variety of property professionals including senior property lawyers, estate agents, ombudsman, and compliance specialists.
Amanda added “Receiving accolades like this reinforces our focus on client care. The team prides itself on providing a helpful and friendly service to our conveyancing customers.”
“We’re all really looking forward to the awards ceremony and of course we’re thrilled to have made it this far, but we all have our fingers crossed we can go one better!”
One winner and one highly commended firm in each category will be announced at the awards ceremony being held at the highly prestigious VOX centre at the NEC in Birmingham on the 20th September 2017.