Thursfields recruits country homes conveyancing specialist in Worcester

Thursfields Solicitors has recruited a top country homes specialist to its Residential Property team in Worcester.

Alison Wacey, who has more than 30 years conveyancing experience across the region, has been appointed as a Senior Associate Solicitor.

Alison has joined the company from Clarke Brookes Turner Cary, having previously been a partner of Lodders in Stratford-upon-Avon, and prior to this a partner at Needham and James.

Nick O’Hara, Managing Director at Thursfields, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Alison to our team, and are confident that her expertise in the conveyancing of country homes will add a real depth to our Residential Property team.

Alison is the first of a number of new joiners we will soon be revealing as we continue to develop our conveyancing services in Worcester over the next few months.”

Alison said: “I’m really excited to be joining Thursfields, a firm which attracted me with its growing reputation for a focus on the high quality of service to its clients.

I have a wide experience of dealing with large rural properties that often need specialist input, and I plan to help Thursfields develop even better solutions for clients facing complex legal title issues or difficulties.”

Outside of work, Alison is married to a Doctor and has a son who attends school in Worcester. She is a keen cyclist, swimmer, reader and theatre-goer.

The family own a holiday home in France and so Alison is also improving her DIY skills on projects at the property and is endeavouring to learn French.

Alison added: “My clients have always thanked me for clear, calm advice and steering them through difficult situations with both professionalism and a great sense of humour.”

If you are buying or selling your property please contact Alison on 01905 730421 or email

Thursfields’ Residential Property team are available at any of our offices and surrounding areas – Birmingham, Worcester, Kidderminster, Solihull, and Halesowen.

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