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Rachel Plumb


Rachel is a Conveyancer based within our Ashford conveyancing team and has 6 years worth of experience in her role.

She specialises in all aspects of Conveyancing including Freehold, Leasehold, shared ownership, listed buildings, new builds and right to buy transactions. She enjoys the fast paced deadlines and also helping first time buyers.

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What Rachel says:

“I am currently an Associate member of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives having trained in Criminal, Conveyancing, Tort, Wills & Succession. I am currently training to become a Fellow, to enable me to graduate in 2017.

I started my legal career as a Legal Secretary in 2009 at a Solicitors’ firm who primarily practices Criminal Defence. I thoroughly enjoyed this work but have always been very interested in Property Law and was therefore eager to move into Conveyancing.

One year later, an opportunity arose for me to become a Conveyancing Legal Secretary with a reputable Solicitors’ firm in Maidstone and I worked my way up, gaining much of my practical conveyancing knowledge to become a Conveyancing Consultant.

I joined Martin Tolhurst Solicitors in 2014 where I have since gained much of my skills, knowledge and experience as a Conveyancer. I pride myself on being an efficient and conscientious conveyancer, I particularly enjoy acting for first time buyers as I find I enjoy putting people at ease and answering their queries.

Outside of work, I love spending time with my family, exploring new places and experiencing new things. I love to go out to eat as I am not much of a cook!

If I were not a lawyer, I would be...

A professional lottery winner because having a lot of money is not so bad and I promise I would donate some to charity.