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Forsters LLP, Helen Marsh, London, ENGLAND

Helen Marsh

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Work 020 7863 8515
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Forsters LLP

Work Department

Residential property.

Position

Partner

Career

Helen advises on all legal aspects of residential property.  She has a wealth of experience of dealing with high value conveyancing, secured lending and landlord and tenant issues.   She also has specialist experience in the legal structuring of residential and mixed-use developments.

She acts for a wide range of clients including developers, investors, banks, trust companies and private individuals.

Helen trained at Allen & Overy and qualified in 2005.  She later worked at Boodle Hatfield, and then Farrer & Co.  She joined Forsters in 2014 and became a partner in 2015.

Member

The Law Society

Education

Wimbledon High School; Exeter University (1999 LLB); Oxford Institute of Legal Practice (LPC).

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