AREAS OF PRACTICE
- Residential Property
- Wills, Trusts and Probate
Rebecca joined AMD Solicitors in February 2015 and became an Associate in 2024.
Rebecca completed her law degree in 2011 at the University of the West of England with First-Class Honours. Since graduating Rebecca has gained broad work experience in the legal profession with AMD before qualifying as a Chartered Legal Executive and a member of CILEX.
Rebecca is based at AMD’s Whiteladies Road Office where she forms part of the conveyancing team. Rebecca advises on conveyancing transactions for clients who are moving home, adding an investment property and remortgaging.
Recent clients have said of Rebecca:
“She was super-efficient with emails and always being on top of things. This has made the whole sales process extremely smooth, to the point that even I was surprised on how quickly it all finished, when you consider how many nightmare stories you read around the internet regarding conveyancing and slow responding solicitors etc.
I cannot recommend her and AMD enough!”
Mr K, February 2024
“We are more than happy with all aspects of your services. Particularly pleased that you dealt with unforeseeable items quickly to maintain steady progress”.
“That is fantastic news!!!! You have been fantastic, have you a link to put a review for you, as honestly you kept this going where other companies would have dropped the case! Definitely recommend!”
“We would like to highlight how impressed we have been with our Conveyancing Executive – Rebecca Martin.
Rebecca has been a credit to AMD with her professionalism, superb communication and faultless efficiency. Any calls we have made to her, or Emails sent, have been dealt with immediately. Her customer approach has been beyond excellent, she has remained very polite and aware of any potential stress involved.
Rebecca’s work for us has been the most impressive service that we have paid for during the moving process – and without doubt she has made a difficult process much easier. We hope that her sterling work can be recognised by AMD”.