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Aisha Nasir
Conveyancing Assistant
Property Residential Property

Aisha joined Watkins & Gunn in in April 2019 and is a Conveyancing Assistant based in our busy residential department at our Cardiff office.

Experience

Aisha completed her law degree in May 2017 and then gained experience at a busy conveyancing firm before joining  Watkins and Gunn to further her experience and interest in property law. Alongside work, Aisha is studying to become a Chartered Legal Executive.

Aisha assists the Head of Department Joanne Whitehead and her colleague Mark Phillips in their transactions on a daily basis to help transactions flow as smoothly as possible from start to finish. She assists  with residential conveyancing matters including sales, purchases, transfers of equity and remortgages of both freehold and leasehold properties. Her work is made up of 80-85% sale and purchases and 15-20% transfers of equity and remortgages. She is supervised by Joanne Whitehead.

Aisha strives to make the process as effortless for the team as well as our clients and prides herself on her helpful and friendly attitude.

Professional Qualifications

Law Degree (LL.B): Upper Second Class

Outside of Work

Aisha loves spending time with her family in her spare time. Aisha loves to do Art and also enjoys cooking (especially trying new recipes!)

Contact Details
Telephone
0300 1240 400
Email
anasir@watkinsandgunn.co.uk

COVID-19 

We are delighted to announce that our offices are now open to the public  between 10am and 4pm Monday to Friday, by appointment.

We will continue to provide our services remotely outside those hours so that you will be able to contact us between 8.3oam and 5pm.

We have followed Welsh Government guidance to allow us to open our doors safely. We have hand sanitisers, PPE, protective screens and are enforcing  two metre spacing. We have also limited the numbers allowed in our buildings by operating a rota of those office working and those working remotely.

Go to our CoVid 19 page for more information.

Thank you for your continued patience at this difficult time.

Stay safe and well.