Kerry is an Associate Chartered Legal Executive in the Property and Private Client departments. After obtaining a First Class BA degree in Politics from Southbank University in 1993, Kerry went on to study Law and qualified as a Fellow in 2004 whilst working at a firm in Chancery Lane, London, specialising in property matters. Kerry became a Partner in 2017.
Kerry has many years experience advising in all areas of residential property work including freehold and leasehold property, unregistered land, equity release advice, new-build developments, shared ownership, declarations of trust, powers of attorney, transfers of equity, sales of land, auction properties, leasehold enfranchisement and the Help to Buy scheme. She has extensive experience in dealing with high value transactions and the accompanying complexities of dealing with listed buildings together with associated land.
Kerry also advises on all areas of Private Client work including Wills, Probate and Lasting Powers of Attorney, as well as post death Deeds of Variation in relation to Inheritance and Capital Gains Tax.
High value transactions and the accompanying complexities of dealing with listed buildings together with associated land
Sale and Purchase of Freehold and Leasehold properties
Shared ownership schemes
Declarations of Trust
Transfers of equity
Sales of land
Help to Buy scheme
All non-contentious residential property work
Lasting Powers of Attorney
Post death Deeds of Variation in relation to Inheritance and Capital Gains Tax
Paula is an experienced conveyancer and has worked locally around Maidstone for over 25 years. Paula has established a good working relationship with local agents and is known to agents in the Cranbrook and surrounding areas too. Paula has built up good relationships with many repeat clients, along with being recommended to their friends and family.
Dealing with transactions covering:
Freehold and leasehold sales and purchase. Acquisition of land,
New build purchase matters
Re-mortgage transactions, First Registration applications,
Transfer of equity and matrimonial transfers.
With a professional but friendly approach, help and assist clients through their home moves as stress free and smoothly as possible.
Margaret qualified as a solicitor in 1995 and so is extremely experienced, having practised since then as a family solicitor working in local firms. She joined Buss Murton’s Cranbrook office in May 2020. As a collaborative lawyer and member of Resolution, Margaret is fair and realistic in her approach and aims to resolve family matters in an amicable and constructive manner wherever possible. Margaret sits on the committee for Resolution Kent. She lives locally and is familiar with Cranbrook and the surrounding villages.
Margaret offers clients a 30 minute free initial meeting which will enable you to consider your options and the best approach for you without obligation – please feel free to contact Margaret or her secretary Rosalin Pook to discuss.
Divorce and civil partnership
Arrangements for children on divorce and separation
Financial arrangements on divorce and separation
Co-habitation and Separation Agreements
Removal from the jurisdiction
Change of Name
Pre and Post Nuptial Agreements
Pia has over 15 years conveyancing experience starting as a trainee legal executive and qualifying as a Licensed Conveyancer in 2017.
Pia deals with all aspects of residential conveyancing including freehold and leasehold sales and purchases of registered and unregistered property, sales of part, newbuild purchases, transfers of equity, remortgages, shared ownership and help to buy schemes.
Sales and Purchases of Freehold and Leasehold properties
Shared Ownership sales and purchases
Declarations of Trust
Transfers of Equity
Help to Buy Scheme
Mortgages and Re-Mortgages
Deeds of Variation