Mo Byers

Conveyancing Executive

Residential Conveyancing, Mortgages and Remortgages, Sales, Purchases

Location: Wareham

Mo is a highly experienced Conveyancing Executive in the residential property team based in the Wareham office.

She is renowned for her attention to detail when dealing with the complexities of conveyancing transactions as well as the clear and concise way she communicates with clients, without the need for complicated legal jargon.

Mo believes that being patient, listening to client’s needs and keeping them well informed throughout the transaction is key in trying to ensure a less stressful experience in what undoubtedly can be a very stressful life event for a lot of clients.

She began her career in law as a conveyancing legal secretary for a local firm of solicitors straight from school. From there, she studied and completed a Paralegal Diploma in Law Studies then worked her way up the property ladder to Conveyancing Executive. This wealth of experience means she is greatly valued by clients which is reflected in the glowing reviews she regularly receives online for her work.

Mo specialises in:

  • Sales
  • Purchases (including help to buy ISAs/LISAs, Forces Help to Buy, and shared ownership schemes)
  • Re-mortgages
  • Transfers of Equity
  • First Registrations

“Mo Byers was great to work with, very approachable, always explained things in a way we could understand and flagged things up quickly, to help us make future decisions. Thank you”

A Snell

“This is the second time we have used Mo Byers to do our conveyancing and as always the level of competent professionalism was outstanding. She is prompt at actioning all aspects of the transaction. She responds incredibly quickly to any communication be it by phone or email, she is happy to take the time to explain anything no matter how small in plain English rather than Lawyer speak. I can honestly say that I would never use anyone else!”

K Nicholson

“Mo Byers was excellent in dealing with our transaction. A credit to the company.”

H Beeston